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Miss You, Pat Paperback – October 16, 2007
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Top Customer Reviews
We were the "FLOOR ABOVE" Team on many occassions, where We were in critical situations on a Regular Basis during a Busy Night Tour in the "Boro of Fire",that was Brooklyn New York at the Time.
Patty was a very unique individual, which is described very well in this collection of Memories.
Of the 343 Brothers in Battle, 42 of whom I worked with during My career, who made the Supreme Sacrifice on that Day, it's nice to see Patty is remembered in such a balanced way.
There was nothing simple about Patty Brown, he was as much a Humanitarian as he was a Warrior.
In a time where "hero" is used to describe sports stars and movie actors, Sharon Watts introduces us to a true hero - Paddy Brown - a man deserving the title not just because he died in the line of duty on September 11, 2001 - but because of how he lived prior to that day. Read this book and be inspired!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great Patty Brown stories to get to know the person and legend.Published 5 months ago by Juan Carlos Fernandez
Nice memoir of an amazing man. Probably more enjoyable for those people who knew Pat personally. I felt the better bio was written by his brother, titled WHAT BROTHER DO.Published 15 months ago by lnoll
I knew Pat Brown since he was about 5 yrs old so this book means a lot to me. He was an amazing human being and I believe all people should read about what people thought about... Read morePublished on June 20, 2013 by Lola Antun