"Steady, Borgen," said a terrible and familiar murmur behind him. "Steady, man. If you turn, I shoot."
There was a tidal wave of crime, of murder, of robbery. Here and there, separated at distances of five hundred or even a thousand miles, crimes were committed which were carefully prepared with a painful and laborious hand; and then they were executed in an instant by one or two bold spirits directed by one man—one quiet-voiced, uncannily brilliant outlaw who seemed to know everything before it happened—the Whisperer.
Who was this whispering outlaw who could so easily slip through the hand of the lawmen Kenworthy and even baffle the seasoned and brutal gunman Lew Borgen, whom he drew to his ranks? What dark vengeance choreographed the far-flung criminal schemes of such a mysterious and evil genius? Find out in Max Brand's masterful classic western—The Whispering Outlaw.