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Should Have Played Poker (Signed Copy) by Debra H. Goldstein

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Should Have Played Poker (Signed Copy) by Debra H. Goldstein

25.95

ABOUT THE BOOK:
Carrie Martin's precarious balancing of her corporate law job and visiting her father at the Sunshine Village retirement home is upset when her mother appears, out of the blue, in Carrie's office twenty-six years after abandoning her family. Her mother leaves her with a sealed envelope and the confession she once considered killing Carrie's father. Carrie seeks answers about her past from her father prior to facing what is in the envelope. Before she can reach his room, she finds her mother murdered and the woman who helped raise her seriously injured.
Instructed to leave the sleuthing to the police, Carrie's continued efforts to discover why someone would target the two most important women in her life quickly put her at odds with her former lover--the detective assigned to her mother's case. As Carrie and her co-sleuths, the Sunshine Village Mah jongg players, attempt to unravel Wahoo, Alabama's past secrets in this fast paced cozy mystery, their efforts put Carrie in danger and show her that truth and integrity aren't always what she was taught to believe.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Judge, author, litigator, wife, step-mom, mother of twins, civic volunteer, Yankee, and Southern woman writer are all words used to describe Debra H. Goldstein. Her writings are equally diverse. Maze in Blue is her debut novel and even though it is a murder mystery, it is a safe bet that when it comes to her writing, "It's not always a mystery." Judge Debra H. Goldstein, an award winning author for both fiction and non-fiction, is a loyal University of Michigan alumna who lives in Birmingham, Alabama with her husband, a die-hard University of Alabama fan.

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ABOUT THE BOOK:
Carrie Martin's precarious balancing of her corporate law job and visiting her father at the Sunshine Village retirement home is upset when her mother appears, out of the blue, in Carrie's office twenty-six years after abandoning her family. Her mother leaves her with a sealed envelope and the confession she once considered killing Carrie's father. Carrie seeks answers about her past from her father prior to facing what is in the envelope. Before she can reach his room, she finds her mother murdered and the woman who helped raise her seriously injured.
Instructed to leave the sleuthing to the police, Carrie's continued efforts to discover why someone would target the two most important women in her life quickly put her at odds with her former lover--the detective assigned to her mother's case. As Carrie and her co-sleuths, the Sunshine Village Mah jongg players, attempt to unravel Wahoo, Alabama's past secrets in this fast paced cozy mystery, their efforts put Carrie in danger and show her that truth and integrity aren't always what she was taught to believe.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Judge, author, litigator, wife, step-mom, mother of twins, civic volunteer, Yankee, and Southern woman writer are all words used to describe Debra H. Goldstein. Her writings are equally diverse. Maze in Blue is her debut novel and even though it is a murder mystery, it is a safe bet that when it comes to her writing, "It's not always a mystery." Judge Debra H. Goldstein, an award winning author for both fiction and non-fiction, is a loyal University of Michigan alumna who lives in Birmingham, Alabama with her husband, a die-hard University of Alabama fan.