by G. Weldon Tucker
At her daddy's knee, Miranda learns poker from the ground up. She knows how to detect a short deck, how to set one, and more. Not to cheat, but to know how it could be done to her, for knowing would make her rich, but, if she failed, destroy her. Abruptly thrust into the gambling world, using instincts she hardly knows she has, she is underage, unsure, but determined to go all the way.