In the early 1920’s cowboy and dry-range farmer, Ralph Moody, found himself with mountainous debts through the collapse of the livestock market, and the dealings of a crooked partner. He faces the choice of declaring bankruptcy before he turns twenty, or working off the intimidating balance against him. His fortunes seem to be turning when a flash flood takes all he owns, and he is forced to auction off his farm and animals. Ralph never surrenders, but finds a way to turn tragedy into opportunity. Overhearing a conversation on a railroad supply contract, he decides to place a bid. Winning the contract and digging himself out of debt, he also saves a Kansas town from total bankruptcy....
CD ISBN: 1-58116-455-6
Read by Cameron Beierle
Approx. 7.5 Hrs. 9 CDs
"Only a few authors have been able to write equally well for adults and children. Mark Twain, Robert Lewis Stevenson, are examples. Another was the late Ralph Moody." -- California Territorial Quarterly