Savannah Blues

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Harper Collins, May 29, 2007 - Fiction - 512 pages
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“Quirky, endearing characters make Savannah Blues one heck of a good time.”
 —Jennifer Crusie

“Mary Kay Andrews has perfect pitch when it comes to endearing, smart-mouth heroines, and she has caught the languid looniness of the Low Country perfectly.”
—Anne Rivers Siddons

Meet Weezie (aka Eloise) Foley, a feisty antiques “picker,” banished by her spiteful ex-husband from the house she herself restored in Savannah’s historic district, who must come to terms with a life that has suddenly changed…and  not, it, seems for the better. In Mary Kay Andrews’s delectable New York Times bestseller, Savannah Blues, readers will feel the sultry Georgia breezes and taste sea salt in the air, as they lose themselves in a wonderful, witty tale brimming with sass and peopled by a richly endearing cast of delightfully eccentric characters. Revenge is sweeter than sweet in Mary Kay’s capable hands, and readers of Fannie Flagg, Adriana Trigiani, Emily Giffin, Rebecca Wells, and Jill Conner Browne will definitely want to spend some quality time in Savannah.

 

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User Review  - idajo2 - LibraryThing

3.5 Stars . . one of Mary Kay Andrews "early on" book. I'm looking forward to reading one of her more recent works. Enjoyable, endearing in some ways and an engaging storyline. A great beach read. Read full review

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User Review  - lottakargo - Overstock.com

This is another delightful book by Mary Kay Andrews. I am totally addicted to her after reading both Savannah Blues and Savannah Breeze. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Mary Kay Andrews is the New York Times bestselling author of 24 novels, most recently The Weekenders, as well as 10 critically acclaimed mysteries. A former reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, she lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

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