Milan Sime Martinic, author of "IRONWAY: Watching Over Benjamin Hill," is a former journalist and scientist, a historian, restaurateur, entrepreneur, adventurer, teacher, conservationist, and screenwriter. He has lived in the Andes and the Sierra Nevadas and spent time in the Alps and the Atlas Mountains, has trekked through the jungles of Amazonia and roamed the Sahara, Kalahari, and Arabian deserts, chased the trail of lost treasures in the Philippines, sailed the Mediterranean and crossed borders across Latin America, Asia, and Africa, surviving death threats, revolutions, and military coups. IRONWAY is his debut novel.