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Maze in Blue

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A new tenure position has opened up in the English department at the University of Michigan and rivalries are fierce. Literature student Denney Silber and her friends find themselves caught up in the gossip, drama—and secrets. Worse, one of her most difficult professors is acting strangely, and Denney fears her grades will suffer. But her work becomes th
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Published May 5th 2011 by Chalet Publishers (first published April 7th 2011)
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Debbie Heaton
In Goldstein’s mystery novel, the University of Michigan has just opened up a new tenure position in the English department and there is a flood of applicants making their bid. Literature student Denney Silber and some of her friends find themselves overwhelmed with gossip, drama and secrets. Soon a difficult professor starts acting differently and before long she finds a good friend dead. Not knowing who she can trust, Denney finds the plot thickening as attempts are made to lure her into the w ...more
Vicki Gooding
In 1971 a young woman is a literature student at a College in Michigan. Her best friend working part time in the English department when a new tenure opens. Applications immediately begin to come in with jealousy and malice. Her friend is found murdered. The friends who surround her are quite a bit different than those I knew at the same age. The main character is immature and angers at nearly any little comment or behavior quickly. Gossip and mistrust are every where. A Professor who is petty a ...more
If you have spent time on the University of Michigan campus or lived in Ann Arbor, you will especially be interested in this cozy mystery with a 70s vibe. Professors, students, tenure, fraternities, concerts and murder. What more could one ask for? I suspect our heroine Denney Silber may encounter murder again in the future!
What I particularly liked about Maze in Blue was that the main character, Denney, was far from perfect. She could be testy and wrong-headed, but she was loyal and caring and duty bound--to herself--to do the right thing. A good mystery in a college setting. Recommended.
Fun little read set in Ann Arbor in the 70's....when I was a student there :-)! The author keeps the mystery going all the way to the end.
T.K. Thorne
A cozy mystery set on the University of Michigan campus in the 1970's. Goldstein will keep you reading...and guessing!
Easy read - but not a literary masterpiece by any stretch of the imagination. Predictable and a bit elementary.
Chris Eagle
Not a great mystery but fun to read because it takes place in 1971 on the Michigan campus in Ann Arbor.
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