Whispering SmithLarge Print - 1906
Disaster stalked the rails from the day the division superintendent of a pioneer Western railroad fired the wrecking boss, Murray Sinclair, for looting smashed freight cars. Sinclair and his bandits began a reign of terror, burning bridges, and holding up trains.
In desperation, the railroad called in Whispering Smith, its ace troubleshooter. But this time, Smith was conflicted about the job. Sinclair had once been his best friend - and was the husband of the woman Smith loved.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 1906.
Branch Call Number: LPE WESTERN SPE
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