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by Tabor Evans

eBook Longarm 304: Longarm and the Great Milk Train Robbery download ISBN: 0515136980
Author: Tabor Evans
Publisher: Jove (February 24, 2004)
Language: English
ePub: 1764 kb
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Rating: 4.8
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Category: Literature
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Longarm 304 - Tabor Evans.

Deputy Marshal Custis Long has been assigned to some strange cases in his time, but none stranger than the milk train holdups occurring outside the small town of Trinidad, Colorado. Instead of harming passengers and looting their belongings, the bandits only seem interested in keeping the train off its schedule so the milk delivery arrives late. Longarm 304 - Tabor Evans.

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The Longarm books are a series of western novels featuring the character of Custis Long, who is nicknamed Longarm, a . Deputy Marshal based in Denver, Colorado in the 1880s. The series is written by "Tabor Evans", a house pseudonym used by a number of authors at Jove Books. Lou Cameron helped create the character and wrote a number of the early books in the series

Deputy Marshal Custis Long has been assigned to some strange cases in his time, but none stranger than the milk train holdups occurring outside the small town of Trinidad, Colorado. Books related to Longarm 304: Longarm and the Great Milk Train Robbery.

Book in the Longarm Series). 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.

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Robbers have been holding up the milk trains near Trinidad, Colorado  . See a Problem? We’d love your help.

Tabor Evans is the author of the long-running Longarm western series, featuring the adventures of Deputy . Tabor Evans is the author of the long-running Longarm western series, featuring the adventures of Deputy .

While investigating the strange milk-train holdups, which are intended to delay all milk deliveries, Deputy U.S Marshal Custis Long soon discovers that someone is determined to stop his prying with dynamite. Original.
Comments: (7)
Shou
I do not belief it to be a responsibility to provide a written review of books after l have read them. Selection of a star should be sufficient.
Kekinos
Great book. Lots of action
Defolosk
verygood agood story because it was hard to gess what was going to happen next
Chankane
Good enough, just like all the others from this author. Enjoy the series so I keep buying them to read on my tablet...
Mallador
By far, this is not one of the episodes I enjoyed most in the series;and if you are new to it,it isn't typical.The storyline is very weak and it drags on and on;and most of the time just doesn't get anywhere.There are quite a number of characters,but none particularly interesting. The author spins page after page of things that he just seems to toss in;until he finally gets around to wraping it all up. If you enjoy these little sidelines,like operating a dairy,coal mining and unions,how the army buys horses,Harvey's restaurant policies,authenticity and making of arrowheads,detonating dynamite,and on and on like glimpses from an Old West Encyclopedia;maybe it's all right. But, if you liking is, fast-action adventure with a definite storyline and not a glorified mystery that takes a chapter or so at the end to unravel;you are going to be glad when it is finally over.
The image shown here for this episode is for Longarm and the Montana Madmen #308 in the series.
The cover of This episode,#304 bears little to no resemblence to the story. It even shows some owlhoot? hanging out of a church belfry;not even mentioned in the story.It's anybody's guess who the other characters are,and no indication whatsoever of the milk train.
Overall,pretty much of a disappointment ,to me anyway.
Arith
I definitely agree with an earlier reviewer, that the continuous history lesson got tedious at times; the story, however, was pretty good. The plot was interesting enough, and the mystery element was fun. Longarm managed to hit five different women, and STILL have adventure! I think most readers will enjoy this one.
Road.to sliver
As a fan of the Longarm adult western series for more than ten years I have probably read most of the more than 400 books in the series. During that time I have enjoyed most of them; however, because there are different writers creating the stories I have run across several of these westerns that were nothing short of horrible and boring.

Unfortunately, this tale (Longarm #304 and the great milk-robbery by Tabor Evans) falls into the horrible and boring category. My main complaint in this novel is the absolutely ridiculous dialog. I have never met or known anyone who speaks to each other in such long and tedious sentences. When you have to keep going back and rereading the dialog in a book you know it is not going to be a fun read.

The story itself is also boring as Custis Long, Deputy Federal Marshal, is assigned by his boss, Billy Vail, to investigate some milk-train holdups around the town of Trinidad. It was very difficult plowing through this silly western tale and the best I can do is give this book a fair rating at best and it is only because I am feeling generous today. If you are a Longarm fan, this is one book you might want to pass up, unless you like slow moving silly western stories.

Rating: 3 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: Chair/Seated Tai Chi, Qigong and Yoga stretching for seniors and the physically challenged).