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Diane Buckley

Dear Mr. Conroy,
You are my favorite Author by far. I've read all of your books except Boo. It seems you know my life.


Fri, Sep 11, 2009 11:39 am 324 Email Remove
Della StaffordCharlotte, NC

It was such a pleasure meeting you. I enjoyed South of Broad so much. The characters had so much depth. I hated for it to end.


Fri, Sep 11, 2009 05:24 am 323 Email Remove
James HoustonLas Vegas, NV

Hi Pat, I really enjoy your books, especially My Losing Season and Lords of Discipline. Quick question: Did your team ever play against West Point? Just wondering if Mel Thompson ever went head-to-head against Bobby Knight back in those days.


Thu, Sep 10, 2009 23:47 pm 322 Email Remove
Mimsy Adamsnorth las vegas, NV

Dear Mr. Conroy, I have just started your new book, South of Broad. It is pure poetry. I loved Prince of Tides and Beach Music will always remain my heart's favorite, but this book is heavenly. You have been given a great gift, please, please continue to use it. It gives my husband and myself such great pleasure. Thank you


Thu, Sep 10, 2009 22:52 pm 321 Email Remove
Sophia AniskoPittsburgh, Pa

Mr. Conroy: I just want to let you know how very much I enjoy your books. The first book I read was Beach Music, which I loved. This was followed by The Lords of Discipline, My Losing Season, and now I just finished The Prince of Tides.

I have time to read for about an hour before bedtime, and as much as I love your books, the last three that I read, were very unsettling and disturbing. My emotions were all over the place, between feeling actual pain for the main character and anger at people that surrounded him. Needles to say, I had trouble falling asleep and my dreams were also unsettling. But, I'm looking forward to reading your next book.

I wish you well. I wish you peace and happiness, and God's blessing.
Sophia


Thu, Sep 10, 2009 20:43 pm 320 Email Remove
Donna Coxstrawberry plains, tn

Just finished south of broad - outstanding - definitely a book i will go back to and read again - very sad book - but very true to life - thank you so much pat - write us another one please


Thu, Sep 10, 2009 17:49 pm 319 Email Remove
SARAH GEHRKEwisconsin

What a delight to read your latest book, Pat! l am now rereading it to savor your sensual use of words after first focusing on the complex plot. I share your love of Charleston after getting to know it during the Vietnam Era when my husband was stationed at Fort Stewart, Georgia.
Thank you so much!!


Thu, Sep 10, 2009 17:32 pm 318 Email Remove
Martha Wiren BehrleAmelia Island, Florida

I was so thrilled to see you have a new book!! I sat on the beach today voraciously reading South of Broad ( after my lunch at T. Rays- rumor has it you have dined there). The Prince of Tides declared you the penultimate wordsmith.. but being an avid birder and from Minnesota.. it is Canada Geese, not Canadian Geese.... not wanting to ruffle any feathers, just thought you would like to know the correct term. :))


Thu, Sep 10, 2009 16:59 pm 317 Email Remove
Judy Sanders NixGaffney, SC

I am in the middle of South of Borad. Read part of it over Labor Day while at Hilton Head. We were blessed to own a second home on Isle of Palms for a number of years and love Charleston. I am taking my time reading the book - I do not want it to end. Loved the mention of Gaffney - Football is the lifeblood of our small town!


Thu, Sep 10, 2009 15:52 pm 316 Email Remove
Allyson GeorgeGarland, TX

South of Broad was recommended by my mother-n-law and I could not put it down. Read it over the Labor Day weekend and then posted it on Facebook for my 'friends' to read it. I found myself telling other's about it at a Labor Day dinner! I was able to smell my childhood and learn about Charleston. Thank you for sharing.


Thu, Sep 10, 2009 15:50 pm 315 Email Remove
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