I've got a subject I'm interested in but can't find a book to match it. Enough readers on here that someone may know a book.
Looking for a descriptive history, or a historical novel, about the late-19th/early 20th century steel industry in America. I don't want a corporate level book - read one about that titled Meet You in Hell by Les Standiford. Andrew Carnegie was pretty much THE steel industry, and you can find plenty of books about him.
What I want is a more frontline, common laborers account. It sounds like some of the jobs were the most dangerous ever in the country.