The Dawning of the Day

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McGraw-Hill, 1954 - Domestic fiction - 308 pages
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User Review  - CherieDooryard - LibraryThing

Ogilvie can be hit or miss for me. Sometimes she gets so caught up in the atmosphere of Bennett's Island that she forgets characters, or plot. This does neither. Phillipa is one of her best characters ... Read full review

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I really enjoy the books by Elisabeth Ogilvie. This book takes place maybe in the 50's on an island off the Maine coast. The men are lobstermen. The island does not have all of our modern conveniences ... Read full review


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