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Savannah Blues

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Andrews, Mary Kay(2002)
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Savannah Blues

As part of her divorce settlement Eloise “Weezie” Foley lives in the carriage house back of the townhouse she once shared with her ex-husband. He now shares the house with Caroline de Santos, the reason for the divorce. Weezie is a “picker,” she scavenges other people’s junk for cast-off things to sell. Just when she thinks life can’t get any worse, she is accused of murdering Caroline; she also discovers that her mother is a full-blown alcoholic, her beloved Uncle James is gay, and Lewis Hargeaves, the best known antique dealer in Savannah is making and selling copies of antiques. Then there are the ups and downs with a hunky ex-boyfriend. This is a laugh out loud novel with a bevy of eccentric characters with everyday problems.

Reviewed by Natalie M., Morrison Regional

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