Should Have Played Poker

Should Have Played Poker

by Debra H. Goldstein
Should Have Played Poker

Should Have Played Poker

by Debra H. Goldstein



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"Of all the ways I've imagined reconnecting with my mother, I never thought it would be on a Sunday morning in my office discussing why she once wanted to murder my father." Carrie Martin


Carrie Martin's balancing of her corporate lawyer job and visiting her father at the Sunshine Village Retirement Home is further upset when her mother appears after a twenty-six-year absence. She makes a shocking confession to Carrie and leaves her with a sealed envelope.


Before Carrie can open the envelope or find the answers to the past, tragedy strikes. Although told to leave the sleuthing to the police, Carrie can't.

With the unorthodox, but enthusiastic, help of her co-sleuths, the Sunshine Village Mah Jongg players, Carrie also finds herself at odds with her former lover—the detective assigned to her mother's case. And that's not all!


As Carrie and the Mah Jongg players unravel the secrets hidden in Wahoo, Alabama, their efforts reveal what every good Mah Jongg  (and Poker) player knows: Truth and integrity aren't always what we've been taught to believe, and one could die making that discovery.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940167579309
Publisher: Debra H. Goldstein
Publication date: 04/29/2023
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 486,068
File size: 754 KB

About the Author

Debra H. Goldstein has been described as a Judge, author, litigator, wife, step-mom, mother of twins, civic volunteer and loyal University of Michigan alumna. Maze in Blue, her debut novel, received a 2012 Independent Book Publisher (IPPY) Award and was reissued as a May 2014 selection by Harlequin Worldwide Mysteries. Her short stories and non-fiction essays include Thanksgiving in Moderation, Who Dat? Dat the Indian Chief!, Legal Magic, Malicious Mischief, Grandma’s Garden, The Rabbi’s Wife Stayed Home, and Maybe I Should Hug You.
Judge Goldstein lives in Alabama, with her husband, whose blood runs crimson.
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