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ISN'T IT ROMANTIC?
As thunder booms and lightning flashes and wolves nuzzle the
bloody, bullet-ridden corpses of Longarm's fallen foes out in the
wet, muddy streets of a Mexican ghost town, the lawman is warm and
cozy inside--and happy to be alive, receiving a sweet reward for
rescuing a kidnapped senorita.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long has technically gone
rogue--crossing the border into Mexico to recover a stolen Army
payroll. He hadn't planned on encountering hot-blooded hostage
Claudia Cordova, but now he's sure glad he saved her...
Until he wakes up after a night of passion tied to the four posts
of a bed--his seductive siren long gone, her saddlebags bulging
with those "gringo greenbacks..".
His prisoner had help--but Longarm never saw who it was. The
backshooter's bullet creased the nape of his neck, knocking him
from his horse and rendering him unconscious. Eager to make his
getaway, Alton Gray made a fatal error--he didn't take a moment to
confirm that the lawman was dead.
Now Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long is back on the trail of the
runaway prisoner--and his ambushing accomplice. A corrupt town
marshal and a wily woman of ill repute may lead him to the elusive
escapee, but to finish the job he started, Longarm will have to
stick his neck out one more time...
WHAT A PAIR
The Olsen sisters are as beautiful as they are deadly. Hilda and
Pearl were twin mistresses to Senator Taft Baker of Sacramento,
California, but now the polygamous politician has been shot to
death in his bed--and the sisters are nowhere to be found. Word is,
they've fled to Denver, where it's up to Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis
Long to bring the diabolical duo to justice--on the double
While the sisters may be identical in appearance, they turn out to
be as different as night and day when it comes to temperament. Evil
twin Pearl aims to blast Longarm with both barrels, while Hilda is
more interested in doubling his pleasure. This time the lawman will
have to think twice before making his move--or the Olsen twins may
just be the death of him...
COME HELL OR HIGH WATER
A feud over water rights has got neighboring towns on the brink of
all-out war. After a territorial division split one community into
two, the locals found themselves taking sides in a conflict that
literally pit brother against brother.
Now Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long has arrived to encourage both
sides to let go of their thirst for vengeance and let past
injustices be water under the bridge. But what could be a watershed
moment for the small community may instead erupt into bloodshed.
With skirmishes turning deadly and a bushwhacker gunning for
Longarm, this whole peacemaking venture may turn out to be a
That's what Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long has become. In fact
they can chisel it on his tombstone because new deputy Henry
Plummer is bound to get him killed. Longarm's boss has asked him to
take the mayor's son under his wing and teach him the ropes, but
young Plummer quickly proves to be greener than grass.
Longarm has a bigger problem, though. Henry Plummer has sworn
vengeance on the two men who shot his mother in front of him when
he was a child and would like nothing better than to use his shiny
new badge to track the dirty dogs down. After Deputy Plummer is
wounded stopping a botched bank robbery, a guilt-stricken Longarm
vows to help him by finding his mother's murderers and giving them
a taste of six-cylinder justice...
THE FIRST LONE STAR NOVEL--PLUS THE LONGARM THAT STARTED IT ALL
"Longarm and the Lone Star Legend "
When the biggest cattle baron in Texas is assassinated, the Feds
send in U.S. Marshal Long. Longarm finds himself threatened by a
conspiracy reaching from Washington to Japan, armed with a strange
new weapon never seen before in the West. But Longarm finds allies
in the unlikely duo of breathtaking beauty Jessica Starbuck and her
mysterious protector Ki. Together, they're out for blood and
justice...and Longarm is in for the time of his life
"Lone Star on the Treachery Trail "
When the cartel murdered Jessie Starbuck's father, they left
behind the seed of their own destruction: a young Western beauty
with a deep hunger for vengeance. Now word has reached Jessie that
the conspirators are rustling Starbuck cattle, hiring Starbuck
ranchers, and buying up Starbuck land in a spectacular plot to win
control of the West. Unless she and her partner Ki can "persuade"
them to stop...
IN THE OLD WEST, HIS NAME WAS LEGEND...
LONGARM AND THE HIGH-GRADERS Somebody's stealing the high-grade ore
from the Murietta Mining Company, and it's up to Longarm to get it
back. But the legendary lawman's about to discover all that
glitters is not gold--especially when it comes to a golden-haired
lady rancher with a few plans of her own.
LONGARM AND THE NESTERS At Jayhawk Junction, Kansas, a quarrel
bursts into a full-scale range war between cowmen and
"nesters"--the foreign farmers fencing in the wild prairie. When
Longarm steps in to broker the peace, he gets tangled up with
murder, greed, and a beautiful Tsarist spy.
THE SEVENTH AND EIGHTH TALES IN THE SERIES
LAUGHING ALL THE WAY TO THE BANK
There's nothing funny about the cold-blooded crimes of the bank
robber and murderer known as Laughing Lyle May. After he robbed the
Stoneville bank, he trapped the tellers and patrons inside--and set
the place ablaze.
Now Deputy Marshal Custis Long is on the heinous hyena's trail,
tracking him to a little town called Nowhere. There he discovers
Lyle--wounded and unconscious on a doctor's table--but the stolen
loot is nowhere to be found. No one seems to have seen the cash,
though a preacher's amorous daughter offers to let the lawman
search her. Longarm is sure someone is up to some funny business,
and he's determined to make sure they don't have the last laugh...
Deputy Marshal Link St. Clair is missing in action. Last seen hot
on the trail of train robbers outside of Cheyenne, the lost lawman
hasn't been heard from since--and now it's the job of Deputy
Marshal Custis Long to find the fed. But Longarm is disturbed by an
odd coincidence--a beautiful young widow he saved on the streets of
Denver has also disappeared without a trace. Her last name? St.
Once Longarm arrives in Cheyenne to unravel the mystery, he
encounters a twisted trail of bloody murder, opium addiction,
deadly deceit, and hidden gold. It turns out neither Lilly or Link
St. Clair are what they appear. Only one thing is certain--both of
them are far from saints...
AIN'T NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH... It started with a botched robbery.
When the smoke cleared, one Kleiter brother was dead and another in
handcuffs, led to the town jail by Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long.
Longarm was only passing through the town of Wahoo on his way to
collect a federal prisoner, when the hapless Kleiters ran afoul of
the lawman. But when the rest of the Kleiter clan load up on
ammunition and coal oil to burn down the town--sparing only the
local bordello--and free their kin, Longarm's determined to scale
any heights to bring these mountain folk to justice...
NO HONOR AMONG THIEVES
When you mess with the mail, you mess with Longarm. Two mail bags
have been stolen from a Union Pacific train--and the postal worker
guarding them has a bullet hole in his skull. Since there are no
signs of forced entry, Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long can only
assume the postal agent was in cahoots with the train robbers, who
then double-crossed their inside man and made his wife a widow.
Teaming up with a ravishing U. S. Treasury agent by the name of
Beatrice Raven, Longarm is determined to track down the train
robbers and the missing mail bags. But the thieves have other
ideas--like delivering the lawman to an early grave...
Longarm helps out a former Texas Ranger with a gold claim. When
raiders come under cover of night with guns and torches, Longarm's
waiting to make short work of them. Original.
Longarm trades lead with gold hunters... When someone steals the
Star of Father Cristobal from a mission in San Antonio, Deputy U.S.
Marshal Custis Long is called on to recover the religious relic.
But with no witnesses to the theft, it's gonna take a miracle to
get it back. Turns out the star may hold the key to finding a
legendary treasure. But the one man who can decode its ancient
clues has been kidnapped by a ruthless French fortune hunter. After
a sexy Mexican dancer saves Longarm from getting bushwhacked, he's
hot on a trail that may lead to a lost city--and a lot of lost
Longarm's just been assigned to a mountain of trouble.
Guarding Cynthia Larimer looked like a walk in the park-until they
got to the Lunatic Mountains, where her uncle hunts a special kind
of prey: man.
Longarm plays a deadly game of cat and mouse... Longarm's got a
six-legged problem--and he only has two hands! The two-legged
problem is one Delbert Schrank, who's ready to sing like a canary
to put the notorious Jennings bunch behind bars. That is, if
Longarm can get the witness to Denver to testify without getting
his fool head blown off. Which would be easier if Longarm wasn't
also transporting a four-legged feline as a favor to his boss. The
big, black cat looks like it swallowed a flock of canaries and is
more vicious than any outlaw--with longer claws and sharper teeth.
Feeling like a glorified cat-sitter with a tin star, Longarm barely
has time to pounce on a sex kitten by the name of BethAnn Holland
before the Jennings gang arrives to fix him for good...
LONGARM trails a lawman gone bad...
With a reputation that precedes him, Longarm is one
larger-than-life lawman. Now he's taken on his biggest challenge
yet-a former federal marshal who's gone rogue, abducting his
beautiful ex-wife and hiding out in Arizona's Monument Valley.
Longarm trades lead with hired guns who kill hard for the money...
Longarm's bound for Santiago to retrieve a prisoner--a young killer
by the name of Wesley Wade--when his stagecoach is attacked. The
bushwhackers work for Wade's father, a powerful rancher who aims to
stop Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long from carrying out his
appointed duty. Leaving a trail of dead men along the stagecoach
line, Longarm gets to Santiago and finds his prisoner's been
liberated. And the only badge-toter fit to help him track down the
desperado is the sheriff's beautiful daughter--a little firecracker
named Jessie Peckinpah. Longarm's going to need all the help he can
get--as they come up against a small army of Wade's hired
It's Longarm against the clock...
Like every man condemned to die, Bird claims he's innocent, but
something in Longarm believes him. So he's set out to pin the real
killer, although finding the suspected cowhand could prove a
challenge- and time's a-ticking.
Longarm helps a beautiful wife find her man... After Bethlehem
Bacon's husband goes missing while out surveying on the Wind River
Indian Reservation, Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long heads out to
Wyoming Territory to lead the search. And when the beautiful Beth
insists on accompanying him, Longarm finds himself distracted by
desire for the sizzling Mrs. Bacon. But bushwhackers' bullets
quickly bring Longarm's senses back into sharp focus. Someone is
trying to stop them from learning her husband's fate. Once they
reach the reservation, Longarm realizes he may have jumped from the
frying pan into the fire. With shooters on every bluff, the lawman
will have to rely on steely nerves, a quick draw and a steady aim
to smoke out the fatback bastards and save their bacon...
Longarm owes his life to a man in handcuffs... Mild-mannered postal
thief Brian Henry is not about to give Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis
Long any trouble on the ride back to Denver for trial. After being
double-crossed by a tantalizing temptress who took his money, Brian
is good and licked. In fact, when Longarm is pistol-whipped by
highwaymen, it's his polite prisoner who comes to his aid and makes
no attempt to escape as the lawman rides off to rescue a beautiful
woman kidnapped by the desperadoes. But when the gun smoke clears,
will this be Longarm's last showdown?
LONGARM'S FAIR LADY...
After saving soiled dove Lucy Potter from two attackers, Longarm
takes pity on the young woman. He buys her a new dress, gets her
cleaned up, and takes her out for a fancy steak dinner. Lucy's got
a good heart, and Longarm hopes his kindness might encourage the
jaded prostitute to try another line of work.
But before Lucy can begin her new life, she's killed by the same
men who attacked her. Blinded by rage, Longarm can no longer see
the line between justice and revenge. He turns in his badge and
rides off after the killers. But as he trails them to Rock Springs,
he learns the killing was premeditated--and greed was the motive...
IT'S GOING TO BE A BUMPY RIDE...
They say actions speak louder than words. So when two masked men
with sawed-off shotguns stop the South Park stagecoach, they don't
need to announce their intentions. Since the silent thieves are
helping themselves to the United States mail, Deputy Marshal Custis
Long is charged with reining in the robbers.
When he's not driving the stagecoach to smoke out the highwaymen,
Longarm is driven to distraction by the gorgeous and insatiable
widow who owns the stagecoach line. But with the bandits lying low,
Longarm starts to feel like he's just spinning his wheels--until he
sets a trap that will have the hushed highwaymen crying out for
SOME SOILED DOVES ARE DIRTIER THAN OTHERS...
When Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long's boss, Billy Vail, sends him
to the town of Salt Springs in New Mexico Territory to investigate
a possibly crooked lawman, he needs a good cover. Whiskey salesman,
wandering gambler, and doctor specializing in female complaints are
all ruled out. Land speculator should be safe, Billy decides.
But Longarm still manages to get himself into some trouble when he
books a room in the town's only hotel, which also happens to be a
brothel. Longarm quickly learns there's more going on behind closed
doors than good times. Some of the ladies of the world's oldest
profession may be moonlighting...as stagecoach robbers.
YOU MAY NOW KIDNAP THE BRIDE
Beautiful, blushing bride-to-be Casey Summerville was all set to
say, "I do " after "Till death do you part." She never expected her
groom to die "before "the vows, gunned down in the streets of
Arapaho by the bank-robbing Drummond Gang on their wedding day.
And being carried off by the outlaws is no honeymoon. It's up to
Longarm to catch the mangy murderers and rescue Casey, who just
happens to be best friends with his lovely lady friend, Cynthia
Larimer. But when Cynthia lights out on her own in pursuit of her
abducted friend, Longarm has to save "both "of them--and wipe out
the wedding crashers one slug at a time.
DON'T MISS OTHERS IN THE SERIES
A SHOT IN THE DARK
It's sort of an unwritten code of the West--if you shoot a woman
who's trying to steal your horse, you promise to find her kidnapped
United States Deputy Marshal Custis Long was all set for a
relaxing vacation up in the mountains, catching trout and smoking
cheroots as he watched the sunset. Instead, he's startled out of
his bedroll by someone trying to steal his horse. Longarm shoots
first, only to discover the "thief" is actually a woman in
After getting her help and learning that her sixteen-year-old
daughter has been abducted by three men, Longarm sets off to
recover the girl. But the mountains hold many surprises, and this
is one rescue mission he may not return from...
DON'T MISS OTHERS IN THE SERIES
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