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WINDSOR, N.Y., Feb. 5, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- An invitation to an exclusive party at the Castles is like a dream come true for five teenagers. But it will turn out to be a total nightmare when they find themselves trapped in a Deadly Maze. Will they be able to find their way out alive? Find out as author Julie Gove tells a chilling tale of horror.

Ronda, Sally and Midge can't believe it when they receive an invitation for a formal party at the Castles, an exclusive place with breathtaking landscapes. Ronda and Sally take their boyfriends Mike and Rick, and prepare for a night they will always remember. The five teenagers are driven in a beautiful black limousine but they wonder if the driver is taking them for a joyride. They finally arrive at the Castles yet it is not what they expected. They enter through a maze, which is actually three different colored mazes connected together, and thus begins their struggle for survival.

The maze is surrounded by vines and high brick walls with no escape. It has also been rigged with booby traps that can kill you if you make the wrong move. Ronda, Sally, Mike, Rick and Midge choose to go through it at their own risk not knowing that, once they enter the Deadly Maze, they will never find their way out again.

Julie Gove was born in Endicott, New York and raised in Kirkwood, New York. She has two children, a 20-year-old daughter and a 30-year-old son. She lives to watch horror films. She has loved to write horror stories since she was 14 years old. She enjoyed Vincent Price and, as she grew up, she admired Stephen King. She read up on him through the years and learned a lot from him. He is like a silent mentor. Her husband Wayne and daughter Nicole have been beside her and helped her make sure this book was published. She couldn't have done it with out them.
                      Deadly Maze * by Julie Gove
Publication Date: July 6, 2008
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 48 pages; 978-1-4363-1615-6

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