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Blue Christmas

Blue Christmas

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by Mary Kay Andrews

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'Tis the week before Christmas, and antiques dealer Weezie Foley is in a frenzy to do up her shop right for the Savannah historical district decorating contest, which she fully intends to win. Her motif is Graceland Blue Christmas, with lots of tinsel, an aluminum tree, and enough tacky retro doodads to fill the Grand Ole Opry. But no sooner is she certain she's

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Blue Christmas (Now with More Holiday Cheer Edition) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed Mary Kay Andrews writing style and her character Weezie. I could pick this book up at any time during my shopping and cooking and wrapping and enjoy every word! I eventually bought several copies for gift giving that Christmas.
lucysmommie More than 1 year ago
Blue Christmas was an appropriate read for the time of year. I enjoyed the story - it was simple, heartwarming and a fun read. I would recommend this for people that want to 'escape' into their own little world for a while and enjoy a good book. I would recommend this story to almost everyone, age may be the only point to consider. Nicely done.
angiecFL More than 1 year ago
I bought the unabridged cd & loved Weezie & all the other characters. Being from the south myself & just returning from a trip to Savannah made the book that more enjoyable. In the 1980's I had an antique store & went to many auctions in search of antiques & collectibles. So I could relate to the descriptions of both the people who run the auction & people who attend them. Isabel Keating was a hoot to listen to. I don't know if she is from the south, but her accent was so good. I especially enjoyed her imitation of little Stormie. I think the narration by Ms. Keating added to the charm of the book. I enjoyed the book & wished the story would not have to end so quickly. I hope Ms. Andrews continues to write more of Weezie's adventures. I intend to purchase Savannah Blues & Savannah Breeze
Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoy reading Mary Kay Andrew's laid back books about women in the South. I purchased this little novella the week after Christmas thinking in the back of my mind that it might just be a quick buck for the author, but I just had myself a great afternoon of reading. It's funny, descriptive, and a feel good read. I liked the book, and I think that you will too.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Written the way a seasonal short story should be, Blue Christmas is a happy little novella that made my holiday traveling a pleasure. This story has character. It includes mystery, friendship and romance, and a guaranteed chuckle in every chapter. It just makes you feel good about everything. Buy it, read it, share it!
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love_to_read55 More than 1 year ago
I got this to read over Christmas and it was great entertainment. I was even inspired to buy myself a blue Christmas tree pin! Great characters and intriguing story as I have come to expect from Mary Kate Andrews!!
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I was extrememly disappointed in this book. The book wasn't written much better than a primary book for elementary students. The pages were shortened as well as the content. I've been a big fan of this author but this book shows how monetary consideration has been put ahead of content. Thumbs down on this one !!
harstan More than 1 year ago
With Christmas just around the corner, antiques dealer Weezie Foley has decorated her store to look like an eighteenth century Yuletide gala in order for her to win the Savannah historical district contest. However, something odd occurs every night as someone seems to sneak into her emporium to steal an item of little value from her decorations. She has no idea who her midnight marauder is or why they purloin one article, but plans to find out whom he or she is.------------------- Meanwhile Weezie also wants to share a joyful holiday with her boyfriend chef Daniel Stipanek, but he seems more a bah humbug than joy to the world type as he rejects her efforts. Weezie turns to her pal BeBe Loudermilk, her dog Jericho, and her certifiable family to help her learn what bugs Daniel about Christmas. Soon her two mysteries intertwine as Weezie needs a miraculous gift from the Magi if she is going to convert her beloved from being a Scrooge clone.------------- The latest Weezie-BeBe thriller is a blithe holiday romp that will please fans of the two zany women (see SAVANNAH BREEZE and MISSY FIT). The story line is amusing as Weezie recruits her best friend and her family to help her with Daniel. The cast is delightful, but Weezie owns this cheerful (except for moody Daniel) Christmas caper.--------------- Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My favorite Christmas book!