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There's nothing like December in Florida-especially when it's attorney December Vaughn showing a drug company and its ruthless lawyers that some blondes are smarter than they look.
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Overview

There's nothing like December in Florida-especially when it's attorney December Vaughn showing a drug company and its ruthless lawyers that some blondes are smarter than they look.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780425208922
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/7/2006
  • Series: December Vaughn Mysteries Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 1,128,308
  • Product dimensions: 4.33 (w) x 6.73 (h) x 0.99 (d)

Meet the Author


Alesia Holliday is the award-winning author of the novels Nice Girls Finish First and American Idle, the mystery Blondes Have More Felons, and the nonfiction book E-Mail to the Front: One Wife's Correspondence with Her Husband Overseas. She also writes fiction for teens under her pen name, Jax Abbott.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2006

    Downright outstanding!

    Former Ohio corporate attorney December Vaughn has moved to sunny Florida. She has her own civil trial practice, but no furniture for her house. Seems the moving company enjoys its nepotist tendencies and her possessions are AWOL. But that is the least of December's worries. ..................... Her first case is from Charlie Deaver. His wife died due to bad insilin produced by BDC, Inc. BDC is represented by the big guns at Langley & Cowan. When Langley tries to intimidate December, he only suceeds in making her dig in her three-inch heels. ....................... Things soon become deadly, even involving an allegator that is set loose in December's new office. But December is not a wimpy blond! She has several mismatched people on her side. Max is the gorgeous and very talented office manager. Elderly Mr. Ellison is a jack-of-all-trades type of man. Emily is a card-shark, perfect housewife, and seems to kow a bit about almost every topic. Aunt Celia knows everybody that lives within a three or four county area. A large group of elderly women labelled the 'casserole brigade'. And then there is the former Navy SEAL turned P.I. Jake Brody. .................... By the time things are over December should consider writing her imaginary book titled 'How to Stay Alive and Lose Weight in Thirty Days'. Very apt and not a bad idea at all. ....................... ***** This terrific mystery series simply overflows with the most zany characters that readers cannot help but fall in love with! Yet the mystery plot is extremely serious. As the reader, I certainly learned a bit about civil and criminal law. Funny thing is that the author did it in such a humorous way that I did not even realize that I was absorbing the lessons. Downright outstanding and highly recommended! *****

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2011

    I enjoyed the book,though the end was somewhat sloppy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2008

    A Funny, fast read

    Love mysteries? OR are you more into legal thrillers? Either way, you must give this book a shot. It combines the best of a mystery with the suspense and pacing of a thriller, without all the gory violence, and it's hilarious to boot. I couldn't ask for more, and I'm waiting impatiently for the next one in the series.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    chilling thriller

    Blondes Have More Felons Alesia Holliday Berkley, March 2006, $6.99, 368 pp. ISBN 0425208923 December Vaughn was a high powered corporate attorney working in Ohio but she got tired working for a big company and moved to Florida to open up her own private practice. Her first real client is Charlie Denver who wants to sue BDC Pharmaceuticals for killing his wife. They released bad insulin into the market place causing some deaths and even more injuries. A class action suit is being brought by the victims of the bad insulin in the court system and representing the plaintiff is P. Addis Langley the third and representing the defendants is Sarah Greenberg. --- Both plaintiff and defense attorneys Addison and Sarah want December want to drop out of the case and let Sarah represent Mr. Deaver not knowing that December is more than adequate to represent her client because she worked for a law firm for eight years in the products liability case specializing in pharmaceuticals. Soon after this conversation takes place, she gets a threatening phone call to drop the case or else, her car has profane draw graffiti drawn on it in acid, someone starts breaks into her home and an alligator is found in her office. A whistle blower who wants to meet with December is murdered. Someone wants December to drop the case but she refuses and with the help of some friends and a hunk of a PI, she figures out the puzzle but not in time to extricate herself and those she loves and herself from danger. --- This chilling thriller is an exciting, enthralling and exciting murder mystery. Readers will laugh out loud at some of the outrageous escapades the heroine lands herself in and it is thanks to the PI that she survives the assaults that come of her from all directions. Although it is easy to know who the villains are, the real mystery is why they trying to chase the heroine off using dangerous and dirty tactics. Alesia Holliday has a hit series that will keep readers coming back for more books in starring a charming him-hop heroine. --- Harriet Klausner

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