Longarm Giant #30: Longarm and the Ambush at Holy Defiance

Longarm Giant #30: Longarm and the Ambush at Holy Defiance

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by Tabor Evans
     
 

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ALL THAT HAVEN WILL ALLOW...

After some Arizona Rangers and U.S. marshals are bushwhacked while looking for a stolen cache of gold, it’s Longarm’s turn to ride down to the border town of Holy Defiance to find the killers and the loot.

At his side is the heavenly Haven Delacroix, a pretty Pinkerton agent who is Longarm’s match in

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ALL THAT HAVEN WILL ALLOW...

After some Arizona Rangers and U.S. marshals are bushwhacked while looking for a stolen cache of gold, it’s Longarm’s turn to ride down to the border town of Holy Defiance to find the killers and the loot.

At his side is the heavenly Haven Delacroix, a pretty Pinkerton agent who is Longarm’s match in more ways than one. The Pinkertons always get their man—and Haven is no exception. As they tangle with banditos, Apaches, and a wealthy ranch owner and his wild wife, Longarm and Haven are in for a hell of a ride…

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101601846
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
01/29/2013
Series:
Longarm Giant Series , #30
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
Sales rank:
188,547
File size:
1 MB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Longarm Giant #30: Longarm and the Ambush at Holy Defiance 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KumaFL More than 1 year ago
This series has always been "escape literature", by which I mean it used to be relaxing, mindless entertainment. I have read many books in this series over the years, but am doubtful if I will be buying any more. At this point I certainly would not recommend it. This series has gotten increasingly more expensive with far less content. I realize that contract writers (various) handle the writing chores under the name (Tabor Evans), but they should at least try to give value for their money. I would like to know where the "Giant" part of "Longarm Giant #30" came from since it was certainly not due to either the quality nor number of pages contained.