The Iron Trail

Cover of book The Iron Trail
Categories: Nonfiction

The ship stole through the darkness with extremest caution, feeling her way past bay and promontory. Around her was none of that phosphorescent glow which lies above the open ocean, even on the darkes


t night, for the mountains ran down to the channel on either side. In places they overhung, and where they lay upturned against the dim sky it could be seen that they were mantled with heavy timber.
A 1913 novel by Rex Ellingwood Beach an American novelist, playwright, and Olympic water polo player.

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