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Evans Tabor and Tabor Evans
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Longarm Series : Titles in Order

Book 436
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?
Book 435
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…
Book 434
Longarm’s lost a friend, but he’s not about to lose the fight…

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…
Book 433
Longarm’s riding shotgun to catch a pair of highwaymen…

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 mercy…
Book 432
These moonshiners trade in firewater…and death!

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. Now it’s Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long’s turn to search out their stills and make sure these moonshiners don’t see the light of day.

But as Longarm explores the back country, he learns there’s far more at stake than selling bad hooch to the locals. 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…
Book 431
The lawman and his escaped prisoner are running neck and neck…

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…
Book 430
Longarm’s seeing double…

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…
Book 429
It’s up to Longarm to bring in a vicious vixen…

Hell hath no fury like Naomi Foster, the felonious female that Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long has been charged with transporting from Wyoming Territory to Denver for trial. In theory, Longarm has help in the form of C. Burton Hood—but the young deputy-in-training is greener than a frog and hornier than a toad, both of which turn out to be big problems when it comes to watching their pulchritudinous prisoner.
 
After Foster uses her feminine wiles to hoodwink Deputy Hood, it’s up to Longarm to catch the slippery siren—but he’ll have to dodge the bullets of bushwhackers, who seem to be coming out of the woodwork to take the lawman down…
Book 428
Longarm knows where the bodies are buried…

After her husband is killed in front of her, wealthy widow Frances Mayfield insists on hiring a bodyguard. And who better than the man that rescued her from the attackers—Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long? Of course, Longarm has a job, but when the widow makes him an offer he can’t refuse, he turns in his badge and proceeds to guard the body of the bereaved beauty and accompany her to her ranch.
 
There Longarm discovers a grisly surprise—seven murdered men in a mass grave, their corpses deposited in a grim death cave on Mrs. Mayfield’s vast property. Having failed to kill the rich rancher’s wife, her enemies are attempting to frame her with this tomb of slaughtered sodbusters.
 
But the villains should have dug a grave for themselves, because Longarm is coming for them…
Book 427
Longarm’s in for a chilly reception from cold-blooded killers…

Like most folks, Longarm has always been fond of his extremities—you might even say he’s attached to them. So after he’s coldcocked following an ill-advised liaison with a gorgeous grifter on a train and tossed buck-naked into the snowdrifts of the Dakota Territory, he’s more than a little worried about frostbite…not to mention death.
 
But after he’s saved and nursed back to health by a ravishing Russian deaf mute, the deputy marshal is soon ready to brace a trio of hard cases who are whiling away the winter murdering lawmen and terrorizing anyone unlucky enough to cross their path. Santa may have filled their stockings with coal, but Longarm aims to fill their cold hearts with hot lead…
Book 426
Longarm sees action south of the border…

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 señorita.
 
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”… 
Book 425
For a lawman, life in Yuma Prison is a death sentence.

Crooked town marshal Jeb Beeson has laid down the law—his law. If Longarm isn’t on the Monday train out of Yuma, his casket will be. But Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long isn’t about to be chased off by a bullying badge toter—he has a job to do.
 
Former lawman Tom Ray has been falsely convicted of murder and left to rot in Yuma Territorial Prison, while the men who set him up steal his gold claim. When Ray’s beautiful daughter Jessica asks Longarm for help, the deputy marshal can’t say no. He’s not about to let a good lawman die in a bad prison—or let a bunch of dirty dogs get rich on a dead man’s claim.
Book 424
Longarm’s caught in the cross fire between feuding neighbors.

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 washout. 
Book 423
Heroes are a dime a dozen…
 
Longarm the hero of a dime Western novel? Why, the very idea is preposterous! Yet the lovely Delia Wilson, aka novelist Dakota Walker, wants to use the lawman’s past—and current—exploits as fodder for her fiction. Longarm scoffs at her nonsense, but Delia can be very persuasive…
 
When Longarm heads to Reno in pursuit of a marshal’s kidnapped daughter, Delia is right by his side to get the story firsthand. As a twisted tale of murder, thievery, opium addiction, sex slavery, and greed unfurls, Longarm just hopes he can deliver a happy ending…
Book 422
Longarm builds a saloon to spring a trap…

When Longarm’s old friend, Helen Morrow, asks for his help, the lawman doesn’t hesitate. Now a successful madam running several bordellos, Helen informs him that someone is trying to run her out of business, sending threatening letters to her working girls.
 
To catch the culprit, Longarm sets up his own business—the Star Saloon—which offers anything a man could desire, from beer and whiskey to cards and female companionship. It isn’t long before the town’s most powerful man—along with a corrupt sheriff and a brutal enforcer—takes a strong interest in the new saloon. But if these scoundrels don’t mind their own business, they’ll soon be the ones seeing stars…

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