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BIRMINGHAM JUDGE DEBUTS MYSTERY NOVEL MAZE IN BLUE
Birmingham, Al. – May 5, 2011 - U.S. Administrative Law Judge Debra H. Goldstein has crossed from the bench to authorship with her debut novel, Maze in Blue, a murder mystery set on the University of Michigan’s campus in the 1970s. The mystery became available nationwide on May 1st.
In Maze in Blue, lead character Denney Silber wants her senior year at the University of Michigan to be spent enjoying sorority parties, football games, and concerts – plans that go awry when she discovers her best friend Helen dead in the office of the faculty member Denney most despises. Compelled to solve Helen’s murder, Denney quickly realizes that her own life is in danger. She can no longer trust friends, teachers, or even the cutest guy in Poetry 331.
Maze in Blue, the first of a series of Denney Silber mysteries published by Chalet Publishers, LLC, became available May 1 locally at Little Professor Book Center (www.littleprofessorhomewood.com), Jim Reed Books (www.jimreedbooks.com), and nationally at www.amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and via other online sources. The series will follow Silber’s crime-solving murder adventures.
“As a writer and lifelong fan of well written books, I am delighted to share with readers the fun and escape that comes from reading mysteries such as the one my character Denney Silber solves,” says Goldstein. “My time at the University of Michigan produced such special memories that I wanted to begin the series by weaving places such as the Diag, Markley, Angell Hall, and the Michigan Law School quadrangle into this thrilling whodunit.”
About Debra H. Goldstein
A graduate of the University of Michigan and Emory University School of Law, Goldstein is one of the youngest individuals appointed as a U.S. Administrative Law Judge. Her extensive career also includes stints in the publishing industry, and serving as an attorney focusing on corporate international tax law and labor litigation. She received a 2009 Alabama Writer’s Conclave Award for her nonfiction piece “Maybe I Should Hug You,” and also has written short stories, non-fiction, and numerous legal writings. More information about Judge Debra H. Goldstein, Maze in Blue, and author signings visit www.DebraHGoldstein.com.