Railroad History reviewed Golden Spike, The Iron Horse Chronicle–Book Three, in its Fall-Winter 2017 issue. Robert Butler wrote the review. Mr. Butler reviewed Eagle Talons and Bear Claws in previous issues of Railroad History. One of his closing sentences in this latest review states: “All three volumes maximize the number of Will’s [Braddock] adventures and maintain accuracy with respect to historical figures and places.” I am pleased that Railroad History has included my books in the prestigious publication of The Railway & Locomotive Historical Society, of which I am a proud member. I wish to express my thanks to Robert Butler for his reviews.
Railroad History Reviews Golden Spike
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