Her first book, the novel low tide, was published in 1985, when Eberstadt was 25.
From the beach can be seen, at low tide, long lines of poles radiating in all directions.
But, fortunately, it was low tide, and there was no water to fall into.
At low tide, the Crescent could be easily reached by any pedestrian.
He sometimes took them to the pond on the Common, and sometimes to wharves at low tide.
Even now at low tide there was barely a quarter mile of gray sand between water and cliffs.
The Grumblers were a collection of jagged rocks, exposed at low tide.
We at last got under the lee of a point where there was a sandy bottom, but not water enough to float the boats at low tide.
The people gathered all the shellfish they could find at low tide.
Who saw the concrete at dead low water during that low tide we had after the last northwest blow?
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