LONGARM DIDN'T BELIEVE IN GHOSTS BUT... ...how else could he explain a dozen bank robbers in shiny slickers making off with $50,000 in government bonds and then disappearing into thin air? And in broad daylight! To make a tight spot tougher, cashed bonds are turning up all over, with no particular pattern. Then two kids found Bucky Bronson's bullet-ridden body face-down at the Tucson dump, and clues started coming in quicker than flood water. Too quick for Longarm. Someone was leading him up a bum trail, someone who wanted him dead. It looked like it just might be open season ...on lawmen!
Used availability for Tabor Evans's Longarm On the Santa Cruz
May 1985 : USA Mass Market Paperback
June 1985 : USA Mass Market Paperback