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Longarm 257 Longarm And The Nevada Bellydancer [Mass Market Paperback]

Tabor Evans
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Dec 12 2012 Longarm
Longarm's boots weren't made for dancing...

...but he'll have to be quick on his feet when he discovers a bellydancer is holding stolen money for her outlaw boyfriend. And if he's not quick on the draw, the only dancing Longarm's going to be doing is on Boot Hill.

#257 in the series

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1.0 out of 5 stars I don't think this book is worth the money. Nov. 21 2001
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I was disappointed with this book. I found the story so laden with trivial detail that it seemed to lack purpose or direction.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great reading! June 6 2000
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Was hesitant to read after the previous episode. Was pleasantly suprised. Evans made a contribution to this episode. Although the plot was not the greatest I found the edition to be fast moving and entertaining. Could not determine who the true villians were until end. Evans did an excellent job of recalling previous episdoes: The Wendigo, The Stalking Corpse, and The Omaha Tinhorns. Excellent descriptions and depth of characters in addition to graphic descriptions of scenery. Was a pleasure reading this episode.
Would like to see Longarm meet people throughout history as in some previous episodes: Teddy Roosevelt, Gentleman Jim Corbett and U.S Grant.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great reading! June 6 2000
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Format:Mass Market Paperback
Was hesitant to read after the previous episode. Was pleasantly suprised. Evans made a contribution to this episode. Although the plot was not the greatest I found the edition to be fast moving and entertaining. Could not determine who the true villians were until end. Evans did an excellent job of recalling previous episdoes: The Wendigo, The Stalking Corpse, and The Omaha Tinhorns. Excellent descriptions and depth of characters in addition to graphic descriptions of scenery. Was a pleasure reading this episode.
Would like to see Longarm meet people throughout history as in some previous episodes: Teddy Roosevelt, Gentleman Jim Corbett and U.S Grant.
1.0 out of 5 stars I don't think this book is worth the money. Nov. 21 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I was disappointed with this book. I found the story so laden with trivial detail that it seemed to lack purpose or direction.
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