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Bright Lights, Big Christmas: A Novel

Bright Lights, Big Christmas: A Novel

Current price: $24.00
Publication Date: September 26th, 2023
St. Martin's Press
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Nothing gets you in the holiday spirit like a festive read. Mary Kay Andrews delivers in her latest holiday story. Centered in NYC, the most spirited holiday city, this is a perfect read to enjoy in front of a Christmas tree and a cozy fire.

Angela Sides, Monkey and Dog Books, Fort Worth, TX
October 2023 Indie Next List


Pre-order Bright Lights, Big City today!

You will be sent a signed (even personalized if you like!) first edition hardcover copy of Mary Kay's new book. This offer is available ONLY through Eagle Eye Book Shop!  This is the perfect gift for the MKA fan on your holiday shopping list.



About the Author

Mary Kay Andrews is The New York Times bestselling author of The Beach House Cookbook and more than twenty novels, including The Weekenders, Ladies' Night, Spring Fever, Summer Rental, The Fixer Upper, Deep Dish, Blue Christmas, Savannah Breeze, Hissy Fit, Little Bitty Lies, and Savannah Blues. A former journalist for The Atlanta Journal Constitution, she lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

Praise for Bright Lights, Big Christmas: A Novel

"Andrews (The Santa Suit) serves up a Christmas treat in this sparkling tale." —Publishers Weekly

"Nobody owns Christmas like Santa's favorite novelist, Mary Kay Andrews. With wit, wisdom and the occasional tangle of tinsel, North Carolina native Kerry Tolliver reinvents her life as she sells Christmas trees from a beloved camper in the glittering heart of New York City. Grab the eggnog and the cookies and cozy up in Greenwich Village with Bright Lights, Big Christmas for big fun." —Adriana Trigiani

“From a magical Santa suit, to a Christmas tree stand in the heart of New York, to a neighborhood full of quirky characters, and the smell of fresh cut pine Christmas trees, nobody does Christmas like Mary Kay Andrews.” —Debbie Macomber