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by Tabor Evans

eBook Longarm #288: Longarm and the Amorous Amazon download ISBN: 0515134066
Author: Tabor Evans
Publisher: Jove; 1st Printing edition (October 29, 2002)
Language: English
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Rating: 4.3
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction

But Longarm’s gotten death threats from more outlaws than anyone cares to remember, and not a single one was meaner, smarter, or faster than .

But Longarm’s gotten death threats from more outlaws than anyone cares to remember, and not a single one was meaner, smarter, or faster than the law man himself. Then again, it only takes one. In this series.

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 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. Lou Cameron helped create the character and wrote a number of the early books in the series. The first book was published in 1978 and the The Longarm books are a series of western novels featuring the character of Custis Long, who is nicknamed Longarm, a .

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Any man would fear her-but Longarm isn’t just any ma. he stands six-foot-six, and . Penguin Publishing Group. he stands six-foot-six, and usually over the body of someone who got in her way. She goes by the name Increase Younger, and she’s willing to do anything to see that Deputy Marshal Custis Long meets his maker. But Longarm’s gotten death. Tell us if something is incorrect.

Tabor Evans is the author of the long-running Longarm western series . I recently purchased this 183 paperback book (Longarm and the whiskey runners by Tabor Evans) for a bargain price and pleasantly found the book an enjoyable read.

Tabor Evans is the author of the long-running Longarm western series, featuring the adventures of Deputy . In this adult western adventure Custis Long (originally from West by God Virginia) . Deputy Marshal working out of the Denver office under Billy Vail is being assigned to investigate large moonshine operations working out of Missouri.

Book in the Longarm Series). This episode of Longarm,from November,2002 has a little bit of everything. Some of it takes place in Denver,some in Pueblo,and some in Leadville;but all in Colorado. This author throws in a lot of trivia about the Old West and it keeps a story that is not the usual with a lot of shootouts and manhunts in the mountains,deserts and canyons;an interesting page turner to any reader of this series. The jist of the story being the 6 foot 6 inch sister of the famous Cotton Younger who has just gotten out of prison and is intent on killing Longarm in revenge for killing Cotton.

Unfortunately, this tale (Longarm and the great milk-robbery by Tabor Evans) falls into the horrible and boring .

Unfortunately, this tale (Longarm 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. 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 U.S. Marshal Custis Long matches wits with an Amazonian female outlaw named Increase Younger, who is out to ensure that Longarm will no longer stand in her way. Original.
Comments: (2)
heart of sky
I have been reading Longarm books for many years. For those who are not familiar with the Longarm series, these are formula adult western novels written by different actual authors. I have enjoyed reading most of them but there are several I did not like, not because the story was bad, but because the particular author’s writing style was boring and tedious.

This Longarm book (Longarm #288 and the amorous amazon) is an example of where the beginning hook was fantastic with a big six-foot-six amazon woman named “Increase Younger” breaks out a killer named “The Fargo Kid” from a jail cell. The Fargo Kid was supposed to hang the next day, but Increase Younger had plans and made sure any witness to the cell break out was brutally killed by her using a knife. Increase Younger wants Deputy Marshal Custis Long killed and got the Fargo Kid out of jail to do the job for her. She wanted Longarm murdered because he had killed her brother, Cotton Younger, in a shoot-out.

The story moves along at a steady pace but seems to bog down the last third of the book. The writer of this novel rabbles on about historical things and other issues which makes for a boring read. There is plenty of erotic action which redeems the book and that is why I gave it three stars. The ending is anti-climactic and I never give away too much information which spoils it for anyone who may want to read this book.

Rating: 3 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: Shotokan Karate Self-Defense: Combat karate for the street).
Adoranin
This episode of Longarm,from November,2002 has a little bit of everything.Some of it takes place in Denver,some in Pueblo,and some in Leadville;but all in Colorado.
This author throws in a lot of trivia about the Old West and it keeps a story that is not the usual with a lot of shootouts and manhunts in the mountains,deserts and canyons;an interesting page turner to any reader of this series.
The jist of the story being the 6 foot 6 inch sister of the famous Cotton Younger who has just gotten out of prison and is intent on killing Longarm in revenge for killing Cotton. She decides to engage The Fargo Kid,who in in jail and slated to hang,to do the deed for her because she is so identifiable.
She sets up an escape for the Fargo Kid,makes the deal with him and anounces to Billy Vail that she's coming after Longarm.
Vail sends Longarm out of town on an assignment,and things get interesting. Complicating the case,Longarm has never seen either Increase Younger or the Fargo Kid.
Longarm meets up with several interesting characters and experiences along the way.
Throughout the saga,the author works in interesting things like the exagerrated writings of Ned Buntline and the fact
that he had created the legend about "Wild Bill" Hichok,that resulted in him getting shot in the back in Deadwood by Cockeyed Jack McCall who was trying to make a name for himself.Throughout the story,the author continually tells us the brand and type of guns being used.Though most of the characters we read about in these Old West tales are of Irish descent,we learn that Billy Vail was a Scotchman. He also informs us about details such as the manufacturer of those daisy head windmills being of the Aermotor Brand.Rutherford Hayes is President,so the date is between 1877 and 1881.He explains the term "bucking the tiger" which we often come across.
Why, we even hear Longarm singing an Old West song to himself as he travels throughout the country;

"I ain't made a dollar,I ain't made a cent.
All the grubstake I had has been spent.
Our cow has gone dry and my pony's gone lame,
And I'm starving to death on my
government claim."

As expected ,Longarm survives ,the outlaws are dead,and Longarm didn't have to do it.

"As Longarm looks at the Fargo Kid sprawled,limp like a rag doll on his back,smiling up at the cloudless sky as if it was an old pal.Nobody looked that dead unless they felt sincere about it."