Weezie Foley is the owner of an antique shop in downtown Savannah. She is intent on winning this year's window dressing contest, but her fruit-based displays are sabotaged by hungry but otherwise mysterious vandals. She quickly comes up with a new theme, "Blue Christmas." Turns out that Blue Christmas is a theme for more than Weezie's window display: her boyfriend is too busy with work to celebrate the holidays, her neighbors are angry at her mutt dog Jethro for knocking up their pedigreed pup, and someone has been sneaking into Weezie's store and home.
I bought this book as part of a cozy mystery lot on eBay, but I would classify it more as chicklit. There is a very, very small amount of mystery, but it is more a vehicle for humor. This book is a breeze to read, and Weezie and the occupants of her town will provide you with an entertaining diversion during the holiday season.
A good story with amusing characters, very enjoyable!
A terrific holiday book for any time of the year. Delightful!
this was a delightful book.it`s enjoyable,funny,with a little surprise mystery to it.
The characters from 'Savannah Blues' return for a light and breezy tale of Christmas insanity, doggy love, and a blended-family dinner that goes hysterically wrong.