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Voodoo and murder are the way a dirty bail-bond outfit does its business--until Longarm shows up to straighten out their books.
Half of a deputy federal marshal was pulled out of a New Orleans swamp, and Longarm's sent to pick up the scent--undercover, of course. At first, the city is a regular Mardi Gras of Maryland rye, Louisiana cooking, and the steamy French sheets of Miss Annie Clement. But like good weather, it don't last. Seems the truth is uglier than a gulch town madam. There's smugglers--lots of them. Smellier than a low tide lunch and more than happy to kill a man several times over just for bathing. And there's the matter of a mysterious Cajun beauty named Claudette. She may know something about a real mystery ... like the voodoo doll made in the likeness of a deputy federal marshal. 228th novel in the "Longarm" series, 1997.
When the Feds send Longarm down New Mexico way to settle a land dispute gone bad, he's more than ready to make good with the local widow-woman.
U.S. Deputy Marshall Custis Long has been sent to Arkansas to investigate an unusually large moonshining operation. Shutting down the operation is, of course, the responsibility of the Treasury Department, but the agents assigned to that area don't seem to be doing their jobs. Longarm goes under cover, posing as a wealthy land-owner from Arizona who wishes to get into the whiskey business in order to find out exactly what's going on. 217th novel in the "Longarm" series, 1997.
Young and fetching Zenobia Lowell was hired to teach the Army kids at Fort Douglas their reading, writing and 'rithmetic. Instead she rounded up a gang of students and soldiers for a few "extracurricular" activities--which included burning down the schoolhouse and robbing the fort's safe. Longarm's old friends in the Army want the reputable marshal to teach this devilish outlaw a lesson she won't soon forget. And now that she's disappeared into Mormon country with her band of devotees, there's no telling who she'll corrupt next. 235th novel in the "Longarm" series, 1998.
When a dying outlaw decides to come clean and give up his old cohorts of bank robbing murderers, Longarm gets hot on the trail of the outlaw's posse. The only trouble is their trail is hidden under five years' worth of dust.
A quiet glass of suds in his favorite saloon seems like heaven to Longarm. But heaven turns to hell when a harmless-looking lady walks in and guns down the drifter sitting next to him, claimin' she's got the authority to execute her own shoot-to-kill brand of justice! Now Longarm has to track down this self-appointed judge, jury, and executioner. Problem is, she ain't the only wild woman on the loose. Each and every lady Longarm meets seems to be just as wild and just as pretty. Pretty deadly that is. 230th novel in the "Longarm" series, 1998.
A ruthless killer, bribe-taker, and quick-draw now wears the badge in Buffalo Falls, Wyoming, and Longarm's been tasked with toppling him and his fast-growing empire. But Longarm's not alone. Accompanying him is Adeline Hudson, the prettiest straight-shooter he's ever met. The corrupt marshal killed her father -- and she's seeking sweet revenge. Until then, she'll serve as Longarm's trail guide, sawbones, friend, gunslinger -- and, if he's lucky, bedroll companion...
While tracking a fugitive witness through Alaska, Longarm's in danger of burning up the Yukon with the fiery lady captain of a riverboat.
Longarm, ordered to escort a beautiful woman convicted of murder to prison, thinks he will have an easy time of it, until he finds himself in love and determined to prove her somewhat questionable innocence.
Longarm is the only hope for unrigging an election that will put the crooks back in office-and the townsfolk of Buffalo Ford back in Hell.
The fifth and sixth tales in the series deliver all the blood, bullets, and beauties Longarm lovers demand-and then some! .
SOMEONE'S PLAYING TAX COLLECTOR AND MAKING OFF WITH A MINT! A FEDERAL AGENT IS MISSING AND U.S. MARSHAL LONG IS THE ONE SENT TO BRING HIM HOME.
The Osage Strip is ten pounds of trouble in a five-pound sack. It's home to the exiled Indian Nation--and a haven where outlaws can lie as low as a sidewinder's belly button. Now Longarm's had word that the Strip is harboring one Adeline Yo u n g e r Dalton--kissing cousin to the notorious James-Younger gang. Longarm reckons Adeline can lead him to the West's most-wanted lawbreakers. But first he's got to find her--and that isn't easy when Longarm's got the pesky Indian Police on his back, a hell-raising woman on his hands.. .and a contract out on his life!
When an old friend dies, it's up to Longarm to set things right with the man's family-and his killers. And the town of Paradise ends up getting hotter than hell.
One mean magnate plans to monopolize a town's timber--whether by hook, crook, or murder. So when Longarm arrives to help out the lumberjacks, he'll have to lay low--and knock on wood.
Despite his assignment to a Colorado spa, Custis Long doesn't plan on getting any R and R--he has two tasks, given to him by the Justice Department, to accomplish. The first is to keep the spa's doctor alive, and the second is to keep the son of a senator out of hot water.
When Longarm got to Virginia City, there wasn't a trace of the master train robber he'd been sent to grab-but there was enough other mischief to keep him busy for a while. The mining town was jumping with its kind of 20-carat trouble. Longarm had to deal with corrupt lawmen and a gang of sex fiends so depraved they made his own tough skin turn pale. Then there was a criminal who just wouldn't show up when he was supposed to. All Longarm needed to fill out his week was a curious lady reporter who was a lot less demure than she seemed.
HE WAS THE COOL-HANDED MARSHAL WHO ALWAYS GOT HIS MAN -- AND HIS WOMAN. THEY CALLED HIM... LONGARM<P> Longarm had a new mission. Ride to Crooked Lance. Pick up Cotton Younger, killer cousin of Jesse James, from the town jail. Bring him to trial. It was easy. Except for one thing. Deputy Kincaid had already tried it. And Deputy Kincaid was nowhere to be found...<P> Nobody at Crooked Lance wanted him to do his job -- not the beautiful widow woman, or the Federal Agent -- or the James gang -- but Longarm never gave up when he had work to do.
Custis Long's all set to tie the knot-around the chicken necks of the cutthroats who blew away his beautiful bride-to-be. Now the one-man execution squad is following the three basic rules of the hunt: track 'em, trap 'em, and kill 'em.
Some crooks are hiding in a valley, which townsfolk say, is a witches' haunt. So if Longarm wants to make it through the valley unscathed, he must first play nice with a bewitching pair of gals.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long is dispatched to El Paso to extradite a prisoner from Mexico-and winds up target practice for some angry polecats.
Death at every turn... Escondrijo, Texas, is a sleepy seaport where not much usually happens. But now there's a federal prisoner being held in the town jail, and it's deputy marshal Long's duty to bring him back to Denver. But even before he starts, a pair of vicious back-shooters try to make sure he never finishes the job. At the same time, a mysterious epidemic is ravaging the entire Texas coast. Now Longarm has to dodge the blazing lead headed his way, get to the source of the strange fever afflicting the region--and get his man back to Colorado to see that justice is done. 183rd novel in the "Longarm" series, 1994.
A mad dog killer is shootin' up Denver! He's a half-pint imitation of Black Jack Slade, the desperado of dime novel fame. Thinkin' he's the legendary bad man, the armchair outlaw has savagely gunned down two army officers in his sister's parlor. Now he's out on the overland trail, and judging by the way he's killing, even Marshal Long is inclined to think that maybe black jack slade has come to life. The peewee gunslinger might be crazy, but he ain't stupid ... he's deadly. 104th novel in the "Longarm" series, 1987.
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