Son White Wolf — Three of El Borak’s most amazing adventures.
Son White Wolf is an El Borak short story by Robert E. Howard. It was originally published in the December 1936 issue of the pulp magazine Thrilling Adventures.
Now the mighty El Borak must stretch his strength and vision to the limit in order to prevent a Turkish rebellion. He must protect a rich hermit from murder, and stop a dangerous Emir from seizing control of India.
Francis Xavier Gordon, hero of The Lost Valley of Iskander and Three-Bladed Doom, was a living legend in the middle and far East. They called him El Borak, The Swift, a title earned by his uncanny ability with gun, knife and sword.
Those who rule the far, bloodstained city of Rub el Harami in the ancient name of Genghis Khan knew but one fear: the dread name El Borak. Few had seen his face. Fewer still had seen his naked blade and lived!