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  • Author:
    Tabor Evans
  • ISBN:
    0515110434
  • ISBN13:
    978-0515110432
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  • Publisher:
    Jove; February edition (February 1, 1993)
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    Genre Fiction
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1993) (Book 170 in the Longarm series) A novel by Tabor Evans. When the Taos killer strikes yet again, Deputy Marshal Long follows the series of clues left by the victim, tracking the killer to the Pueblo Indians' sacred burial ground Genre: Western.

1993) (Book 170 in the Longarm series) A novel by Tabor Evans. Used availability for Tabor Evans's Longarm and the Taos Terror.

Longarm and the Taos Terror. Book in the Longarm Series). When the Taos killer strikes yet again, Deputy Marshal Long follows the series of clues left by the victim, tracking the killer to the Pueblo Indians' sacred burial ground. Format:Mass Market Paperback.

Series: Longarm (170). No current Talk conversations about this book.

LONGARM by Tabor Evans . The popular long-running series about . Deputy Marshal Long-his life, his loves, his fight for justice. LONE STAR by Wesley Ellis. It was old, and it had once been the site of the headquarters of the Taos Indian tribe, but they had long been scattered like most of the New Mexico cave-dwelling Indians. Taos itself sat down in a little valley, surrounded by some fair hills and mountains.

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

No, Long Arm, we did not marry. We could not even though, forgive me, even though we fell much in love. Smoking Tree and I are of the same clan.

No, Long Arm, we did not marry. But he gave me Rabbit. I will always love him. Do you hate me now that you know these things, Long Arm? I told you, Spotted Fawn, I don’t hate you. I couldn’t. I reckon in my own way, I kinda love you too. You know? Yes, Long Arm. I know. As in my way I too still love you, although I love Smoking Tree more.

When the Taos killer strikes yet again, Deputy Marshal Long follows the series of clues left by the victim, tracking the killer to the Pueblo Indians' sacred burial ground