Author Biography Tabor Evans is the author of the long-running Longarm western series, featuring the adventures of Deputy U. Marshal Custis Long's turn to search out their stills and make sure these moonshiners don't see the light of day. The character that Marshal Vail sends Longarm to hunt down is ,to say the leasst,one of the most unbelievable owlhoots Longarm has ever encountered and the descriptions by the writer,are something to behold. First of all,I'm sure the author of this episode in new to me,as I can't recall any other one with near as much flowery,descriptive language. Although the hidey-hole's a hundred miles long, Custis won't rest till he's drawn up a tough posse-and delivered revenge, Longarm-style.
Here's how he describes Marshal Vail's clerk ,Henry,when Longarm entered the office. Unsourced material may be challenged and. Description Description These moonshiners trade in firewater. This is one of the most unusual episodes I've come across in this long running series,for several reasons. Deputy Marshal based in Denver, Colorado in the 1880s. Truncale Author: Martial Art Myths-Cafe Press. The first book was published in 1978 and the The Longarm books are a series of western novels featuring the character of Custis Long, who is nicknamed Longarm, a U.
Lou Cameron helped create the character and wrote a number of the early books in the series. Like all the western novels in this series, there is plenty of action, both in and out of the bedroom. In addition to Cameron, other authors known to have written books in the series include , , , , , , , , and. One good lawman has already been murdered in pursuit of Missouri moonshiners who could care less if their rotgut leaves a person blind—or even dead. Marshal Custis Long accused of manslaughter for gunning down a fellow lawman? These books are distinguished from classical westerns by the inclusion of more explicit and.
These books are distinguished from classical westerns by the inclusion of more explicit sex and violence. The series is written by Tabor Evans, a house pseudonym used by a number of authors. Startled and surprised by the deputy's bearish,abrupt entrance,the owl-eyed Henry hopped away from a job at his newfangled typewriting apparatus. It's a great yarn,filled with all kinds of suspense and excitement. I have no idea what other things this author has done ;but this is an excellent,though very different approach for this series. In no time our deputy marshall is on his way to another assignment hunting down a spooky and brutal killer named Simon Grimm. This article does not any.
Deputy Marshal based in Denver, Colorado in the 1880s. Lou Cameron helped create the character and wrote a number of the early books in the series. The series is written by Tabor Evans, a house pseudonym used by a number of authors. The first book was published in 1978 and new ones are still being added at a rate of approximately one a month, totalling over 400 books in the series. Intoxicated by greed, one man is behind an ambitious whiskey-running operation to sell firewater—and firearms—to the Indians.
It's up to Longarm to give this liquor-lugging lunatic a shot and a chaser of a little something called justice. The first book was published in 1978 and the final one 436 was published in March 2015. About Longarm 432 These moonshiners trade in firewater…and death! It runs through the whole story ;let me give you an example. Grumbled indecipherable epitahs issued from the fussy gent's twisted mouth as he flounced into his seat and went back to hunting-and pecking at the ivory-colored keys of the clattering iron machine perched atop his desk like a hungry black buzzard. Intoxicated by greed, one man is behind an ambitious whiskey-running operation to sell firewater--and firearms--to the Indians. If you are a fan of the Longarm series, you will enjoy this one. .
Nobody's laid eyes on deranged killer Simon Grimm for weeks-and folks reckon he's beaten a hot path to Palo Duro Canyon. The Longarm books are a series of western novels featuring the character of Custis Long, who is nicknamed Longarm, a U. One wrong shot is all it takes. Longarm and the Ambush at Holy Defiance 2013 - Peter Brandvold Note - there is no 11th book in this series. But if it ain't, then why is Marshal Billy Vail demanding his badge? Longarm is perfectly willing to offer protection when called upon, but he soon discovers there's more going on behind closed doors than the practice of the oldest profession—namely a little side business that deals in death. Once you hit bottom, there's nowhere to go but up. But as Longarm explores the back country, he learns there's far more at stake than selling bad hooch to the locals.
This yarn begins quickly not with a shoot out but with a hot and lusty roll with in bed with the beautiful and always horny Cora Fisher. June 2012 The Longarm books are a series of featuring the character of Custis Long, who is nicknamed Longarm, a based in in the 1880s. And why has Longarm hit the bottle, gotten thrown out by his landlady, and ended up in jail on a drunk and disorderly charge? One good lawman has already been murdered in pursuit of Missouri moonshiners who could care less if their rotgut leaves a person blind--or even dead. As always, my reviews of novels will never give away too much and spoil it for the reader. He came nigh on to standing at attention,coughed,and with a visible display of teeth-gritting irritation waved his private kingdom's most recent invader toward the open door of the U. Along the way he picks up a few men and one straight shooting revengeful woman. .
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