Ride the High Iron
About the Book
Telluride, Colorado, sat smack in the middle of a gold and silver mining boom in the 1800s, and drifter Zack Ramage was Johnny-On-The-Spot. With sheer guts, loyal friends and great, good luck, Ramage builds the Rio Grande Southern RR, one of the great engineering feats in railroad history. Brute force, blasting powder and blood conquered blizzards and granite walls a mountain goat would consider suicidal.Ramage marries a beautiful dance hall girl, completes his railroad and becomes one of Colorado's wealthiest tycoons.
About the Author
Phil Gulick has been a sportswriter for 45 years with numerous columns, short stories and poems published. His Western historical novels are Rails on the Wind (Northwest Publishing 1955) and Ride the High Iron (Xlibris 1998) and also a collection of short stories, Thunderheads and Rainbows (Xlibris 2001). Gulick has won writing awards from the Associated Press, Writer’s Digest, Bowling magazine and writers’ clubs. He lives in Florida with his wife, Barbara, four grown children and four grandchildren.