Double Mint by Gretchen Archer
(A Davis Way Crime Caper Book 4)

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“Seriously funny, wickedly entertaining. Davis gets me every time.” – Janet Evanovich

“As impressive as the amount of sheer fun and humor involved are the details concerning casino security, counterfeiting, and cons. The author never fails to entertain with the amount of laughs, action, and intrigue she loads into this immensely fun series.” – Kings River Life Magazine

“Love it! Davis has made her Way in this delightfully entertaining tour de force. The author’s descriptive and creative narrative pulled me in immediately in this fun-filled and action-packed drama that quickly became a page-turner as I could not put this book down until the last sentence was read…the best one yet in this series and I can’t wait to see what happens next.” – Dru’s Book Musings

“Smart dialog, an intriguing protagonist, and a humorous take on life. The interesting part for me, in recommending this book, is that I've shared it with four friends before I got around to writing an official review. Don't waste time reading about the book—go get it.” – Book Lens

“One of the best and funniest series out there, I thoroughly recommend them all.” – BookLikes

“I loved this book. What a breath of (cozy mystery) fresh air. It was fun. It was funny. (Yes, I laughed out loud.)… A great novel to pick up this summer. I can tell you that after finishing Double Mint, the first three books in the series just made my summer reading list.” – Hidden Staircase

“Tasers and Cadillacs and robbers, oh my! Davis is in fine screwball form in this latest entry in the series. New readers, as well as those who already know the series, will be pleased.” – Books for Avid Readers

It’s convention season at the Bellissimo Resort and Casino and Davis Way Cole barely notices. It’s hard to pay attention when you live in a Jambalaya Junkyard. But when Special Events Coordinator Holder Darby walks off the job just as five hundred Alabama bankers pour in the front door, Davis steps up.

Or would that be in? Definitely in. Davis steps in.


Not only has the convention director vanished, but a certain Bellissimo guest is missing. One who forgot to pack the million dollars he left in the bathtub. It looks like our redhead newlywed Super Secret Spy’s lazy summer is over when the Bellissimo vault is robbed. Can Davis connect the dots before it’s too late? Can she get her Taser gun back from Bianca Sanders? Will she be stuck with Eddie Crawford’s 1962 Cadillac forever? What Davis needs is a little faith. And a lot of luck.

New money. Old sins. Back to jail. And a cat.
(A cat?)
Break the Bank.

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Part of the Henery Press Mystery Series Collection, if you like one, you'll probably like them all…


About Gretchen Archer

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USA Today bestselling author Gretchen Archer is a Tennessee housewife who began writing when her daughters, seeking higher educations, ran off and left her. She lives on Lookout Mountain with her husband, son, and a Yorkie named Bently. Double Whammy, her first Davis Way Crime Caper, was a Daphne du Maurier Award finalist.Amber Benson is what we call "a maker of things." A prolific writer, she is the author of the Calliope Reaper-Jones urban fantasy series and the middle-grade novel Among the Ghosts. She also has narrated several audiobooks, including Lock In by John Scalzi, and has worked as an actor, director, and producer.
Published July 21, 2015 by Henery Press. 268 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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