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Night of the Living Deb (Debutante Dropout #4)

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Renegade rich girl Andy Kendricks isn't the belle of any Dallas ball—and that's just the way the debutante dropout likes it! She's got a good life and a great man: her defense attorney boyfriend, Brian Malone. Brian's such a straight arrow that he had to be dragged kicking and screaming to a close friend's bachelor party at a sleazy local "gentleman's club."

So why is the g...more
ebook, 352 pages
Published October 13th 2009 by HarperCollins e-books (first published January 30th 2007)
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Margitte
Andrea Kendricks thought she new pretty much enough of her boyfriend of four months, Brian Malone, and even thought she might be in love with this lawyer beau of hers. Brian walked the straight and narrow and was even carefully chosen by her ever-interfering mother, Cissy.

He was so clean-cut, such a straight-arrow, not the kind of guy I was normally attracted to, which, in the past, had translated into mostly unemployed artists-cum-bartenders. Definitely not lawyers who went to work in suits,...more
Valerie Andrews
Ya gotta like Andy. Eschewing the deb scene as a teen, living an independent lifestyle as artist/web designer, tolerating her meddling (but with good intentions) society mother is hard work! And now her boyfriend's gone and disappeared, leaving behind in his car a dead stripper and the murder weapon: his Calloway clubs.

McBride has some insight into the Southernhood of women of a certain social class, and her tongue-in-cheek dialogue is usually spot on. You have to like the characters of her book...more
Barbi
This was a very amusing read! I loved how Andy would approach things with her attitude and some of her comments. It was very funny at times. I am even thinking about looking into more of this series.
Ann
This is a fun series where Andrea and her mom handle murder with ease. Her boyfriend Brian is the center of this cozy murder tale. She needs to figure out who is framing him in the death of an exotic dancer. Always a good story with Andy from Ms. McBride.
Sheryl
This book was so much fun! Andy Kendricks is a character with lots of sass and attitude and a great narrative "voice". This is book four in the series but the first I've read and I didn't feel like I was missing anything.
Moondance
Although I stepped into this series at book four, i did not feel lost. Andy hunts for her boyfriend wh went missing after a night at a strip joint. Quirky characters, good plot and fun read. 3.5 stars
Julie
Too cluttery and strained funny. The main character's reactions to events don't feel real. Conversations seem built on the attempt at the most misunderstandings and missed opportunities per square inch.
Spanishteach76
This is pretty good. It's #4 in the series but it doesn't read like you are in the middle of the series. I'm guessing that each novel is an independent story. Enjoy!
Zimmer
light fun read - you know it's going to end well - but the involvement of many of the characters in the final chapter is "cool" -
Becky C.
Get the gist from the product description. I would suggest this series to the Evanovich crowd.
Vicky Beltz
Enjoyable mystery with humor and interesting characters.
Apple
Awesome twist in this book!
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Susan McBride is the USA Today Bestselling author of Blue Blood and four other award-winning Debutante Dropout Mysteries from HarperCollins/Avon, including The Good Girl's Guide To Murder, The Lone Star Lonely Hearts Club, Night Of The Living Deb, and Too Pretty To Die. A sixth title, Say Yes to the Death, will be out in early 2015. Susan has another series with Avon debuting in May 2014, the Rive...more
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