Book Reviews of Savannah Blues

Savannah Blues
Savannah Blues
Author: Mary Kay Andrews, Susan Ericksen
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ISBN-13: 9781593354039
ISBN-10: 1593354037
Publication Date: 6/10/2004
Edition: Unab MP3
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  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 6 ratings
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Helpful Score: 6
In the tradition of southern fiction, this one does not disapoint. If you enjoy hunting for antiques, the steamy south, and fiesty women...well this is the ticket.
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Helpful Score: 5
I love Savannah GA, so this was a 'must read' for me. I so very much enjoyed the story of a young woman dealing with divorce, and her strong will to lead her own life, carrys her through life's unexpected happenings.
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Helpful Score: 5
This is all about moving forward after a divorce. It's about finding out that all the time you thought you were getting on with your life you reall y weren't. And then something major happens to give you the wake up call you needed!
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Helpful Score: 4
This is the first book I have read by this author. I really enjoyed it. I will be looking for the sequel.
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Helpful Score: 3
This book was absolutely incredible! I loved it, and I have not been into the chick lit genre lately.
Just be careful, it will make you want to start to go antiquing!
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Helpful Score: 3
this is such a great funny read! if you read it and like it you should then get savannah breeze and blue christmas!
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Helpful Score: 3
This book was really slow at the beginning and I couldn't get involved till about page 95. Then it really picked up and I enjoyed it. Starts slow and gets better and better until the ending. All about antiques, Savannah, GA, and the people of this town.
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Helpful Score: 2
Good book club book. We had a lively discussion and had fun.
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Helpful Score: 2
What a fun book! Weezie is a "picker" - she haunts garage sales, estate sales and dumpsters looking for antiques and treasures. She is living in a carriage house in the historic district of Savannah. Her ex-husband got custody of their refurbished townhome across the yard. He and his fiance are living there making her life miserable. When Weezie discovers the fiance's body at an estate sale stakeout, she is a prime suspect....

The characters are wonderful, the plot moves quickly, and the ending was very satisfying. I highly recommend this!
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Helpful Score: 1
I loved this book. It is such a fun read and Mary Kay Andrews does a great job of letting you live with her characters. I enjoyed this book so much that I ordered other books by Mary Kay Andrews from PBS memebers. Hope you enjoy this as much as I did.
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Helpful Score: 1
This series is so cute. I really have enjoyed reading this book. It is quirky, but I love the characters. Great book to read by the pool or at the beach.

Landing a catch like Talmadge Evans III got Eloise "Weezie" Foley a jewel of a town house in Savannahs historic district. Divorcing Tat got her exited to the backyard carriage house, where she has launched a spite-fest with Tal's new fiancée, the elegant Caroline DeSantos.

An antiques picker, Weezie combs Savannah's steamy back alleys and garage sales for treasures when she's not dealing with her loopy relatives or her hunky ex-boyfriend. But an unauthorized sneak preview at a sale lands Weezie smack in the middle of magnolia-scented murder, mayhem . . . and more. Dirty deals simmer all around her -- just as her relationship with the hottest chef in town heats up and she finds out how delicious love can be the second time around.
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Helpful Score: 1
I really enjoyed this book. I found the plot to be very believable and it moved right along. I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a nice quick summer beach read.
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Helpful Score: 1
Savannah Blues is the story of "Weezie", a woman coming to terms with the sudden changes in her life and of the charming Southern city, Savannah, Georgia. Weezie has lived in Savannah her whole life and is thinking about leaving owing to a nasty divorce from her cheating husband. Weezie is a "picker," someone who searches through garbage, estate sales, etc., to find discarded items to resell to antiques dealers. When she discovers a dead body while trying to sneak into an estate sale early, things get problematical.
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Helpful Score: 1
Tells the southern truth about divorce, revenge and great antiques!
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Helpful Score: 1
Good easy read!! Enjoy all of this author's books
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Helpful Score: 1
I really truly enjoyed this book because Weezie is such a fun, fiesty charachter. From the moment I started reading I loved how she actually said the things to Caroline (her ex-husband's new fiancee) that someone might really want to say but not actually do it. I loved her funky clothes and the antiquing details were a great bonus. The only reason why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is that there were a lot of borderline Catholic references and I kept waiting to be offended. Fortunately, I don't think it ever went past irreverant. At least the gay priest was a retired gay priest, right? All the charachters were lovable.
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LOVED IT! A friend recommended Mary Kay Andrews to me; this is the first one of her books that I've read, and it was a delight. Light, humorous, fast read. Great escape for lunch hour or after work. I didn't want the story to end, I was having so much fun spending time with both Weezie and BeBe. Fortunately, the story doesn't have to end with Savannah Blues. I already have 'Savannah Breeze' which continues with BeBe's story. You'll want to order both books, so you can start on 'Savannah Breeze' as soon as you finish 'Svannah Blues'!
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Helpful Score: 1
This book was a lot of fun. Humor, romance, intrigue, and a murder mystery, all set in sweltering Savannah heat...what's not to love!
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This is a great book! I just loved "Weezie" and the hot steamy Savannah setting was perfect. I really enjoyed the antiques theme as well. Antique hunting has always fasinated me. I love Mary Kay Andrews and her quirky books about the South but then I am a "Southern Girl" myself!
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Helpful Score: 1
I picked this book up because it met one of the requirements for a reading challenge. I thought it was a mystery but it was really chick lit with a mystery back story.

Eloise Foley is divorced and living in the carriage house behind the main house that her ex-husband and his fiancee are living in. Yeah a weird situation. Eloise is a junk dealer (antiquer) and spends her time roaming from estate sale to estate sale collecting/finding junk and cleaning it up and reselling it. At one such sale, she finds a dead body and is accused of murder. At this point, you would think the book would center around this little tidbit but no it continues with Eloise and her junk finding missions. Solving the murder is a serious back story. There is barely mention of police involvement. In an effort to clear Eloise of murder, her uncle, a lawyer, actually works on finding the murderer.

A really good page turner. Not my kind of thing at all (I hate garage sales and picking through other peoples junk) but I enjoyed this book very much
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Helpful Score: 1
Loved it! Although it took a long time to get to the point in many instances, I still couldn't put it down.
The combination of deep south, antiquing, murder, and romance is irresistible to me. Mary Kay Andrews was introduced to me by my best friend who is never wrong. This is my third reading of one of this author's books and I'm hooked. Weezie, the main character, is at times nutty, annoying, ornery, and loveable. I liked her, as well as I liked her best friend, Bebe. They make a great "terrible twosome." Good chick lit!
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Helpful Score: 1
If you love Savannah like I do, this is a great summer read ! Romance, murder, and the missing antiques mystery add up to a quick easy read. Lessons in Southern culture and antiquing come free of charge!
Includes interview with the author and book club questions at back of book.
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A fun summer read. Great introduction to Savannah if you plan to travel there. Has lots of local color.
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Helpful Score: 1
Love this author. She depicts strong women with humor. Her southern settings are sooo real!!
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I love stories from Mary Kay Andrews... they are always a whirlwind of fun! Great read for an antique lover too. I can always envision a cute romance-comedy movie with her books!
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This book find Weezie the antique/quick find dealer in the middle of a murder. Love Mary Kay Andrew books.....great summer/beach read
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I LOVE this book. Funny, good story...good light read that you don't want to end....and luckily Mary Kay Andrews wrote a sequel so it doesn't have to!!
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Helpful Score: 1
Very southern, with some antiques, good food, a nice mystery and a little romance.

I loved this book! Mary Kay Andrews will be a favorite auther - a must read!
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A wonderful book about Savannah, mystery, romance, and comedy. If you like books about Southern women, this is a must read and if you don't understand Southern women, you'll love this.
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I breezed through this book and got swept up in Savannah and Weezy's world of antique picking. Lots of fun!
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Really cute and a revenge ending if I ever saw it! you go girl
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This is an Edgar award nominee, which is well deserved. The story is long, interesting, features well developed characters with interesting lives and conflicts, does not stretch my willing suspension of disbelief beyond its limits, is nicely paced to keep me turning pages rapidly, and doesn't beat me over the head with endless details about antiques. There's just enough info on antiques to be interesting and bearable.

I liked the story. I like Weezie Foley and her friends and acquaintances. I want to read more. (Is Savannah really like that?)
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nice fun read
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Loved it!!!!!!
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Mary Kay Andrews gives us great chick lit with this book. Weezie Foley is in the midst of trouble after her divorce. There's humour, romance, mystery and is a great beach read!
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Eloise "Weezie" Foley, an antiques picker, didn't get to pick the house that she wanted when she and Talmadge Evans III divorced. Instead, she got the carriage house behind the big house. The big house just happens to be the home of Talmadge AND his new girlfriend!

Knew I was gonna love this book when she was drinking from a Fireking Jadite cup and going through dumpsters and curbshopping! LOL

Then, when they introduced an old flame, Daniel Stipanek, who is not only a hunk now, but a great chef, I knew it was gonna be a great read!

Think you'll enjoy it if you like southern humor, sarcasm, a little romance and a little historical interest!
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Really like this author and her writing style. I enjoyed the book so much that I ordered another, Hissy Fit, and loved it even more!
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I loved this story!
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This was a thoroughly enjoyable romp through the south--a really nice break from my usual reading fare, which is considerably more cerebral. Take it on your next flight!
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I loved this book.A cute and quick read.I cannot wait to read the next one in the series.
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A Novel of Divorce, Revenge and Great Antiques! Very entertaining story.
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I loved this book! Couldn't wait to get home from work, have dinner, & settle down with this one. Found the characters so interesting & funny. Good story, great read!!
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Funny, sassy, and as Southern as red-eye gravy and sweet tea.
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Enjoyable book! I'll look for more from this author!
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I could not stop reading this book! I even took it to work to read on breaks, into the salon while my boyfriend got his hair cut and got up at 6 a.m. on a Saturday morning just to finish it! Romance,humor and mystery all in one!
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What a delightful book. The people jump off the page. It is one of those books that you feel like you are right there...The places in Savannah is right on, which makes this book so wonderful...kept me gussing until the end....
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I really enjoyed this romp! If you love the south, antiques and the pickers, you will like this funny, romantic mystery.
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I absolutely loved this book. Great characters, funny, intriguing and a real page turner. I then ordered #2 and cannot wait for more!
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Thoroughly enjoyed this book!
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Loved the references to Savannah landmarks. And if you like to check out estate sales there are lots of references on how to be a "picker". Romance, sex and a mystery. Entertaining.
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Really enjoyed the book. I loved the characters and the setting of Savannah. I am looking forward to reading more from this author.
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Funny, romantic, sexy - a fun read!!
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Fun! Southern Lit. as you like it...
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Very cute girly book. I liked it a lot.
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One of my favorites books that I read in 2009. I'm keeping this one for a reread. Funny, and a kinda of "who dun it" about a area of the South I love.
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A great summer read. Murder, romance and fun combine with divorce, revenge and antiques in steamy Savannah Georgia.

Rated a 4.5 stars out of 5 on Amazon by 60 readers.





A great summer read. Murder, romance and fun combine with
divorce, revenge and antiques in steamy Savannah Georgia.


I enjoyed this light summer read and cannot wait for the sequel Savanna Breeze to come out in paperback!
Here is the review From Library Journal
Savannah Blues is the story of a woman coming to terms with the sudden changes in her life and of a charming city, Savannah, GA. Eloise ''Weezie'' Foley has lived in Savannah her whole life and is thinking about leaving owing to a nasty divorce from her cheating husband, Tal Evans III. The divorce settlement has left her living with her dog in the carriage house, located in the backyard of the townhouse that she found, bought, and restored during her marriage. To make matters worse, Tal is engaged and living in the townhouse with sleazy, sexy Caroline DeSantos. Weezie is a ''picker,'' someone who searches through garbage, estate sales, etc., to find discarded items to resell to antiques dealers. When she discovers a dead body while trying to sneak into an estate sale early, things get problematical for Weezie: the murdered woman is Caroline. Read by Susan Ericksen, this novel is filled with funny, likable, attention-grabbing, and quirky characters. A multilayered book that includes antiquing tips, romance, and murder, this heartwarming tale of loss and love is a worthwhile purchase for public libraries.

Rated a 4.5 stars out of 5 on Amazon by 60 readers.



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fun read for no brain entertainment
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Funny, romantic, great summer read or book club book!
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This book was like visiting with a friend. It moves fast and you feel as if you have known the characters forever.
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Loved it. This is an author whose books, I've have to buy. Interesting charecters. The only bad book is that I didn't think the main male charecter was worth her. I think she should have left him. Just my .02
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hilarious! you'll love it and want more!
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an interesting book.I have
not read Little Bitty Lies so I didn't know what to expect from Andrews. But ,I found it held my interest and I liked the main character.
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Absolutely loved this one! Full of antiques, mystery and southern charm-- what more could you want?! *****
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Really good southern romance and lots of interesting information about antiques.
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Landing a catch like Talmadge Evans III got "Weezie" Foley a jewel of a town house in Savannah's historic district. Divorcing Tal got her exiled to the backyard carriage house, where she has launched a spite-fest with Tal's new fiance, the elegant Caroline DeSantos.
An antiques picker, an unauthorized sneak preview at a sale lands Weezie smack in the middle of magnolia-scented murder, mayhem....and more.
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Great book! Loved reading the book and then visiting Savannah, GA!!
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A Novel of Divorce, Revenge, and Great Antiques
I enjoyed reading this book, it kept me intested though out the whole book.
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Great read by Mary Kay Andrews, also know as Kathy Hogan Trochek.

Murder mystery involving antiques, swapmeets, and spiteful fiancees. Perfect beach book!
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Book is set in Savannah GA. Weezie lives in the carriage house behind her ex-husband and his girlfriend. Weezie gets arrested for the murder of her ex-husbands girl friend, discovers that one of the local antique dealers is also making reproductions of the antiques and selling them for the real thing. She is reunited with a guy she dated in high school.
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I enjoyed the book soooooo much. A great read!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Loved this book! Fun easy read. ROmance ywt a little mystery for substance.
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I loved this book. If you have been to Savannah, so much of this book is familiar. It was fun to read.
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A quick, engaging read with some laugh out loud moments. If you're familiar with Savannah and her environs or your into antiquing you'll enjoy this book.
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This book is a novel about divorce, revenge, and great antiques. The book has some wear and tear with tape on the binding, but very much readable and enjoyable
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Funny, chick-lit mystery. First in a series.
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"A Novel of Divorce, Revenge, and Great Antiques." A very entertaining read.
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Give me more Mary Kay!!!
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Fun read, but a bit wordy.
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Loved this book--it's a fun, entertaining and a great romp! Be sure and catch the sequel, Savannah Breeze.
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Land a catch like Talmadge Evans III got Eloise "Weezie" Foley a jewel of a town house in Savannah's historic district. Divorcing Tal got her exiled to the backyard carriage house, where she has launched a spite-fest with Tal's new fiancee, the elegant Caroline DeSantos.
An antiques picker, Weezie combs Savannah's steamy back alleys and garage sales for treasures when she's not dealing with her loopy relatives or her hunky ex-boyfirend. But an unauthorized sneak preview at a sale lands Weezie smack in the middle of magnolia-scented murder, mayhem---and more. Dirty deals simmer all around her--just as her relationship with the hottest chef in town heats up and she finds out how delicious love can be the second time around.
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I lived in Savannah, GA for awhile and this book depicts it to the "T". Any book by Mary Kay Andrews is a great fun read...with some great recipes too.
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A wonderful romantic comedy. You'll come to love Weezie Foley and giggle at the crazy adventures.
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Real enjoyable summer read.
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A quick read. Eloise Foley married "up" but when her husband cheats on her, she quickly moves back down in her station in life. The only thing she gets from the divorce is the carriage house behind the main house, where her ex now resides with his girlfriend. When the girlfriend is found murdered, suspicion falls upon Weezie. She doesn't need another complication, like her old flame Danny Stipanek, re-entering her life. Between her pill-popping, Four Roses drinkin' Mama, her best friend Bebe (pronounced Bay-Bay), her ex-flame, her ex-husband, and her job as a picker, her life becomes one huge un-manageable mess! Of course it all gets resolved in the end.
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Great southern women's novel . . . funny with a bit of mystery
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This delightfully breezy, richly atmospheric debut by a former journalist who covered Savannah's infamous Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil murder trials fails to generate much suspense, but it derives its charm from an encyclopedic trove of lore about antiquities and dishy gossip, Southern style. Divorced from blue-blood architect Talmadge Evans III, but still living in a carriage house in the backyard of their restored mansion, Eloise "Weezie" Foley suffers the indignity of having her ex's sexy fiance, Caroline DeSantos, living in the main house Weezie restored herself. As a "picker," Weezie earns her living foraging for discarded treasures in Dumpsters and at estate sales. When she discovers Caroline's corpse in a historic manor house, Weezie is the prime suspect in her murder. To compound her quandary, Weezie's attorney her closeted Uncle James, an ex-Catholic priest is having an illicit affair with a man from the DA's office. Factor in her on-again, off-again romance with old high school flame Daniel Stipanek, counterfeit antiques and her mom's alcoholism, and the plucky heroine has enough problems to drive at least three novels. Unfortunately, the suspense gets lost somewhere among the antiques and Weezie's attempts to consummate her romance with Daniel
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Fun reading with a mystery twist!
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Eloise "Weezie" Foley is an antique picker who combs Savannah's steamy back alley looking for treasures. When she divorces her husband and moves in the property's carriage house, she launches a spite-fest with her ex's new fiancee. During a special auction for some local old Savannah antiques, the ex's new fiancee is found dead by Weezie who has snuck into the house to use the bathroom. Lots of humor with a loopy family and a hunky ex-boyfriend who's back in the picture. Good book written in the style of Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum books.
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funny, laugh out loud antics of a ticked off ex-wife
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This book is rich in Southern humour and eccentric characters. It is engrossing and the dialogue flows easily. The plot is anything but predictable. A great beach read.

Front cover is slightly frayed at edges but otherwise good condition.
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very fun, very steamy. :)
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I enjoy this series a lot and look forward to all of them! Great characters, good plot!
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From Library Journal
Savannah Blues is the story of a woman coming to terms with the sudden changes in her life and of a charming city, Savannah, GA. Eloise "Weezie" Foley has lived in Savannah her whole life and is thinking about leaving owing to a nasty divorce from her cheating husband, Tal Evans III. The divorce settlement has left her living with her dog in the carriage house, located in the backyard of the townhouse that she found, bought, and restored during her marriage. To make matters worse, Tal is engaged and living in the townhouse with sleazy, sexy Caroline DeSantos. Weezie is a "picker," someone who searches through garbage, estate sales, etc., to find discarded items to resell to antiques dealers. When she discovers a dead body while trying to sneak into an estate sale early, things get problematical for Weezie: the murdered woman is Caroline. Read by Susan Ericksen, this novel is filled with funny, likable, attention-grabbing, and quirky characters. A multilayered book that includes antiquing tips, romance, and murder, this heartwarming tale of loss and love is a worthwhile purchase for public libraries.
Carol Stern, Glen Cove Lib., NY
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Loved the characters in this first of a series. I can't wait t read about them in the next one.
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Love the characters in her books.
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good book
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A delightful fun read. Our heroine is a spastic, semi-lost wallowing in her own misery woman and she humorously finds her way through it and solves a crime and finds out she is not so downtrodden after all. Quick and easy escape with alot of laughter.
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Another fun Mary Kay Andrews book-fun, easy to read, characters and settings are always interesting-story line not too complicated without insulting your intelligence.
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This book is the first in a series, and a great read. Mary Kay Andrews is a fun author to read - I love how you get to know her characters. There is humor in this story as well as some interesting twists and turns. I recommend any books by this author.
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Enjoyed very much
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Good Book! Fun read and very entertaining
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I really enjoyed this book. I haven't Read this author before, but I would sure recommend it to anyone who enjoys mysteries with a little humor thrown in every once in awhile. It is fast reading. I had a little trouble keeping up with all the different characters, but I'm old!! Happy reading to whoever orders it from me.
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fun read with lot of great antique picking details