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Thea RidderSumter, SC

Just finished South of Broad. WOW!! I loved it!! Beach Music has been my favorite book so far but think I may have a new favorite! I have lived in Beaufort and Charleston, your books bring all the sites, sounds and feelings of those places out. Cant wait for your next book!


Tue, Jun 1, 2010 12:53 pm 677 Email Remove
Teri PharisGilroy, CA

Hi Pat:
Finished South of Broad a few weeks ago and am still struggling with it...can't decide if I like the story but I love your wonder with words. the beauty.

Am looking forward to your next novel.


Mon, May 31, 2010 17:05 pm 675 Email Remove
Gary LogueCrestwood, Kentucky

Hi Pat! Saw you several years ago shopping in the little grocery at Fripp. Had "Beach Music" in my car outside just in case the opportunity presented itself to get you to sign, but couldn't bring myself to impose myself on your privacy, so I brought the book in and left it for you to sign at your convenience which you graciously did. Until now, "My Losing Season" has been my favorite, but "South of Broad" is quickly taking it's place and I'm only a fraction of the way through it. I hope I can bother you to sign it some day when I return to Fripp! God Bless you and Cassandra....wish you the best!


Sat, May 29, 2010 20:47 pm 671 Email Remove
Dan LaveryGranada Hills, Caifornia

Hi Pat: I am writing a memoir of my rites of passage as a Navy junior, whose dad insisted his boys would attend Annapolis, and we did. I had a transformation from dedicated patriot to critical cynic, sort of like Will Mclean, but my sport was Baseball. A tyrnt 130 pound Marine ran the team and discarded my reacord .516 plebe batting average to change my stance at the first meeting. Like the Losing Season, we clashed. Yoiur analysis of the kids of former Academy grads is enlightening and a wondrous description. My brainwashing almost did me in but I majored in English , refused to haze plebes and became a civil rights lawyer after navigating mach two jets, turning in my wings in a flying coffin, I navigated an amphibious ship to Vietnam. I'de love to have your input on a few chapters.


Fri, May 28, 2010 21:38 pm 669 Email Remove
John P ConroyBartlett, Illinois

They say that if Dublin were destroyed, it could be rebuilt using Joyce's 'Ulysses' as a guide. I feel if Charleston needs rebuilding (another Hugo), I hope the library has an undamaged copy of 'South of Broad'.
Well done again Mr. Conroy and I will be thinking of you next Bloomsday!


Sat, May 22, 2010 16:42 pm 664 Email Remove
Gail PierceBoleelia, FL

Mr. Conroy:
South of Broad... what an amazing story and loved the characters. It captured me from the first page. Please continue writing these great novels. Is there one planned in the future?


Fri, May 21, 2010 12:25 pm 661 Email Remove
Susan MarlerMilton Ga

Have read and loved all of your books (Although the Great Santini was a tough read for me). SOB really hit home with me because I was in Charleston at AH when you were in the Citadel. And you got it just right.

Someone made off with my copy of your cookbook and I bought another copy while on HH 3 weeks ago. Dang, I knew some of your friends from a long time ago and it brought back so many memories. Now I MUST try to cook your recipes.

Hope your health is improving, and from one foodie to another, and one who loves to read great writings, keep it up. Can't wait for the next 3 books.

All the best to you and your family. Susan


Thu, May 20, 2010 17:40 pm 660 Email Remove
Pegi PayneCentral Victoria Australia

Thank you, thank you for another book!
It's sheer delight just to read words so glorious that you can taste them--I can never get enough of your writing. And the people--our friends and foes---DON"T STOP!!!!!!! I ring up my friends just to quote lines from your books and appreciate the joy of the language. Makes me long to live in the south.

Many thanks!!


Wed, May 19, 2010 16:36 pm 659 Email Remove
Lorraine Dennis Maguire2215 Dawn Hill Dr, Charleston, SC  29414

Pat,
I am a 1968 graduate from Beaufort High School. I was in your Pshchology and US Goverment class your 1st year of teaching and my last year of high school. I have followed your career with delight and my family and I love your "crab cake recipe"!!! I would love to get a copy of your recipe book. Just wanted to let you know my friends think I am very lucky to have had you as a teacher, I think so too! I still remember our trip to Columbia SC to the prison... to sit in "old sparky" what an impression that made!!! Thanks for the memories!! That was also the 1st year we were intergated you helped us all understand each other... thanks for that too!

One of your biggest fans!
Lorraine Dennis Maguire
BHS Class of 1968


Thu, May 13, 2010 22:11 pm 653 Email Remove
Mariane Beffa-BrueggemannMissouri

I just finished reading South of Broad and am having a novel hangover already. Wow! Truly one of the best and remarkable books I have read for a long time. Thank you for killing off the bad evil father. Thanks for the ride.


Sat, May 8, 2010 21:02 pm 641 Email Remove
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