Maze in Blue - Harlequin Worldwide Mystery Book Selection (May 2014)
"Who Dat? Dat the Indian Chief!" - short story in Mardi Gras Murder (2014)
I hate to be pigeon-holed. Debra H. Goldstein, judge, author, litigator, wife, step-mom, mother of twins, civic volunteer, and transplanted Yankee writer are all words used to describe me. My writings are equally diverse. Maze in Blue, my debut novel, received a 2012 Independent Book Publisher (IPPY) Award and will be published in May 2014 by Harlequin Worldwide Mysteries. Even though Maze in Blue is a murder mystery, it is a safe bet that when it comes to my writing, "It's Not Always a Mystery."
All Denney Silber wants from her senior year at the University of Michigan is to enjoy 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.
HARLEQUIN WORLDWIDE MYSTERY SERIES SELECTION FOR MAY 2014
Thanksgiving in Moderation - Killer Wore Cranberry: a Fourth Meal of Mayhem (short story anthology coming October 2014)
Killer Nashville - Short Story Panelist - August 2014
The Rabbi's Wife Stayed Home - Mysterical-E (April 2014)
Malice Domestic - May 2014- Debra H. Goldstein Moderates Social Issues Panel
Maze in Blue - May 2014 Harlequin Worldwide Mystery featured selection
Early Frost - The Birmingham Arts Journal (April 2014)