-Double or Nothing-

A DOUBLE SERIES WESTERN MYSTERY

FIRST PLACE WINNER, 2013 LARAMIE AWARDS

Mystery from Chanticleer Writing Competition

 

October, 1869: Lily Granville, heiress to a considerable fortune, rebels against her uncle's strict rules. Ace Diamond, determined to win Lily, invests in a dynamite factory but his success fails to impress her guardian. An explosion in San Francisco, mere hours before Lily elopes with Ace to avoid a forced marriage, sets off a chain of consequences. When Ace is framed for murder before their wedding night, Lily must find proof to save him from a hangman's noose. Will she become a widow before a true wife?

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Praise for Double or Nothing

 

"You can't help but root for Lily Granville, Meg Mims's heroine from Double Crossing who is once again in over her head in Double or Nothing. Featuring murder, action, and a strong sense of time and place, this series will appeal to Western, romance and mystery fans, or those who just like a great read."  —Six-time Spur Award winner, Johnny D. Boggs

 

"Prepare yourself for another wild ride featuring heiress Lily Granville and the Texas opportunist, Ace Diamond. Skullduggery abounds, with Lily hardly knowing who to trust. And just when Ace finally whisks her away to safety in his arms, he is charged with murder. Well--Lily isn't about to stand for that! Appealing characters in an action-packed plot proves Mims has written the second winner in her "Double" series."
Carol Crigger, author of Three Seconds to Thunder

 

"Filled with rich details of mining and the political scene, Double or Nothing is an entertaining look at adventure and romance in the 1800s. Meg Mims keep the reader turning pages in this story of adventure and romance, set in early California."
Cheryl St.John, author of Land of Dreams and Saint or Sinner

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