Horsemen from Hell By

“Savage, exciting, and atmospheric.  Homer Hatten delights in putting his characters through intense physical punishment” Pulp Serenade

Melissa McCutchen heads went of the Mississippi, searching for her husband, a wanted fugitive. On her journey she crosses paths with Dale Mallonee, a part Cherokee, who rides the wildlands with six Indians, his “horsemen from hell,” searching for a former partner who did him wrong…and for new land, and new women, to conquer and tame.

“A lusty adventure story of brawling men and seductive women.”  Springfield News-Leader

“It’s strength and vitality make it a proud epitaph for Hatten,” Pensacola News Journal

The original edition of Horsemen From Hell was released a few months after the author’s suicide in 1955.