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The Grand Canyon Gang is lower than a rattlesnake sunbathing at the bottom of their namesake. Deputy US Marshal Custis Long's duty is to bring these cutthroats to justice.
Longarm has never been on to play by the rules. But he'll have to make an exception if he wants to solve a string of post office robberies. A thief has been following a travelling baseball team around the country--and stealing while their games are in progress. Now Longarm is joining the team.
Robbers have been holding up the milk trains near Trinidad, Colorado. Why, Longarm can't say. But until he can defuse the situation, these milk-drinking outlaws are going to keep spoiling things for the fine folks in Trinidad.
On a mission to avenge his friend's death, nothing can stop Longarm-not even Ute Indians. That is, until he meets some wild young women whom he's happy to protect from imminent danger.
Longarm's on the trail of a wild bunch causing trouble in a town near one of the West's most beautiful landmarks.
Walking some sorry varmint up the gallows steps to the wrong end of a rope wasn't Marshal Long's ideal way to start the day. But the Great Costello wasn't just any outlaw. As a train robber he was a washout--but as an escape artist he was a whirling wonder! And sure enough, when the dust settled, Costello had escaped, leaving the hangman swinging on his own rope. Now it's up to Longarm to track the slippery son of Satan on a bloody trail that leads him over the border and up against savage Mex rebels, vicious rurales ... and a hot-blooded assortment of wicked and willing women! 110th novel in the "Longarm" series, 1988.
So much for happy trails. Longarm shows up in the rock-breakers' town of Happiness with a nasty knife wound courtesy of the prisoner he's lugging--and finds two poor hombres swinging, the constable missing, a cryptic note, and a whole heap of unanswered questions.
When stories get around about a den of sin for the dead and buried, Longarm goes undercover-and under covers-to spot the sexy spook for himself.
IT'S RAINING BULLETS AND BUCKSHOT Deputy U. S. Marshal Custis Long's got no stomach for yellow-bellied killers--but when a gang of outlaws takes to decapitating deputies, it's Longarm who loses his head. The worst of the bunch is a wild hellcat by the name of Bella Flowers, who's going to be pushing up daisies just like her cold-blooded compadres if she keeps putting up a fight. Once he's got Bella hogtied, handcuffed, and headed for hanging, Longarm runs afoul of a mysterious bushwhacker. But the shooter's target may be someone else entirely--a lovely blonde on her way to Hell Creek to claim her uncle's ranch. Once a boom town, Hell Creek is now a haven for hard cases, so Longarm aims to make sure the pretty lady isn't riding blindly into a storm of trouble... .
Posing as a first-class lady-killer, Longarm goes undercover to nab the most wanted family in the West--the Killions, a gang of horse thieves and train robbers notorious for their ability to outwit the law.
Henry Starr is the ugliest horse thief west of the Mississippi -- and a murderous thug to boot. Now, the half-Cherokee Henry's hidin' out in Indian country -- and even if Longarm does find him, he'll be lucky to keep his scalp.
U.S. Deputy Marshall Custis Long is in Laredo, Texas, after completing a difficult assignment--escorting an unruly federal prisoner from Mexico City back to the united states for trial--when he is lured back across the border and subsequently taken hostage by a man who wishes to trade him for the prisoner--a man who has embezzled over $200,000 from the federal government, money that has not been recovered. Longarm, unarmed and securely locked in a room guarded by several mexican gunmen, must figure out a way to escape and foil the plot to release the embezzler and recover the stolen money. 215th novel in the "Longarm" series, 1996.
Up in Dakota Territory, two Indian tribes are at each other's throats. So the government sends Longarm to fix things--as if one U.S. marshal can stop hundreds of mad-as-hell warriors from killing each other. Longarm's having a hard time getting the nasty neighbors to play nice. He's having a harder time ducking the lead that's flying at him from all directions. And once he finds out who's behind it, he'll trade in his peace pipe for a piece of the action ... and dole out frontier justice, Longarm-style! 220th novel in the "Longarm" series, 1997.
When beautiful widow Constance Farnsworth is threatened to give up her ownership of a railroad line in the Colorado Mountains, she hires Longarm for protection, forcing him to choose between his badge and the lady's virtue.
One of the deadliest killers in the world is running loose in the U.S. He's known as Wolf, but his real name is Wolfgang von Ritterhoff of the Prussian Cavalry under Bismarck. He is familiar with every kind of weapon imaginable. The U.S. government wants him stopped and they turn to the one man who has a chance of hunting him down--Longarm.
Country cousins lead Longarm on a treasure hunt-and into the sights of a gang of cold-blooded brothers. It's a family feud to die for...
Custis T. Long's a sucker for a pretty gal, especially one like Alvina Lockwood. But when the precious little filly asks for his help in bailing her not-so-innocent brother out of jail, Longarm wonders what her motives really are.
Janet Faire was Longarm's first love. So sweet. So gentle. So loving. She was the last person Longarm figured on seeing in a one-horse Colorado town. But before she and Longarm have a chance to make up for lost time, some ornery bank robbers turn her into sweet Swiss cheese. Bang, bang, she's dead, off her feet and full of lead. Now Longarm's on a rampage. When he catches up with the murderers, he's personally going to shove the face of each one into the Devil's armpit. And make 'em breathe deep. 226th novel in the "Longarm" series, 1997.
A group of thieves, gamblers, and ladies of the night has a plan to have one of their own impersonate Longarm to rob the local bank. They just never planned on running smack into Longarm himself...
It's up to Longarm to provide the defense-in the eye-pleasing form of a female lawyer-for a young wife accused of murdering her wealthy husband.
As a cold-blooded killer stalks the members of the secret Last Man Club, Longarm sets out to warn the society's members of the threat, only to become embroiled with a lovely saloon girl and her brutally abusive boss.
He's dealt with some tough customers in his time, but keeping an eye on a group of rich do-gooder gals is liable to have Longarm holding on to more than his holsters...
Mexican cattle are being smuggled across the border into Texas without spending their full ninety days in quarantine. Some of these cattle are sick and are spreading diseases among the south- Texas herds. U.S. Deputy Marshal Custis Long is in Laredo at the request of a fellow deputy marshall to help put a stop to the problem. But the U.S. Customs agent who is releasing the cattle early in exchange for a cash bribe is smart and crafty and catching him isn't as easy as it first appears. 16th novel in the "Longarm Giant" series, 1996.
Longarm doesn't like getting shot. It hurts. And so far, no one's been kind enough to kill him. Now he's got a body full of Number Nine Buckshot, and a score to settle with the shooter: a woman they call Medusa Le Mat. The only thing blacker than her hair is her heart. And the only thing more desirable than her beauty would be a reason not to kill her. 224th novel in the "Longarm" series, 1997.
U.S. Deputy Marshall Custis Long has been sent to Pawnee Junction, Nebraska, to transport a federal prisoner back to Denver for trial. But when he arrives, he discovers that a secret, local vigilance committee, known as the "Minute Men," has lynched his prisoner, along with a mongoloid boy who has been accused of raping and killing a local Sunday school teacher. Longarm then decides to unmask the leaders of the vigilance committee and clear the mongoloid boy's name of a crime that he's pretty sure the boy couldn't have committed. 213th novel in the "Longarm" series, 1996.