Beach Music

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The author of Prince of Tides adds another masterpiece to his legendary list of classic works. Jack McCall, living in Rome with his daughter after the suicide of his wife, finds his solitude disturbed by the appearance of his sister-in-law. She begs his help in tracking down a former classmate who went underground as a Vietnam protester--and never resurfaced. ABA breakfast speaker.

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cclark

Apr 8, 2010

Beach Music

As a child of the 60's this reflective look at the life of a group of teens and the adults they become is 'right on'. Pat Conroy nails the era, life in a small town, being a part of a dysfunctional family, and still manages to impart, with heartfelt emotion, man's inhumanity to man in the Holocuast. I love this book!

Tammy2

Feb 2, 2009

Lyrical

Pat Conroy really has a way with words. His words captivate you, you will want to read it over. Sometimes I would read a paragraph over again and admire the way he wrote. It's a heartwarming book, and still has humor.

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