Posts Categorized: Homer Hatten

Bride of the Sword By

Bride of the Sword The epic historical novel by one of America's most acclaimed western writers. 

Manette was torn from her wealthy birthright to be the weapon of a ruler's revenge. In Spanish Harlem, she danced by torchlight, a dance so savage and ecstatic that the men who watched cried out to possess her. At a pirate's secret haven, she was put up for auction, cut-throats bidding and fighting for the chance to make her their own. And in New Orleans, a Governor tried to trade her for an empire, the great Constancia plantation. Through it all, she was determined to not only to survive, but to conquer...or die trying.

Plunder Range By

Plunder Range Neil Cain rode into San Marcial wild for vengeance, knowing he'd end up dangling from hangman's noose....but he was going to take nine men to hell with him.

Horsemen from Hell By

Horsemen from Hell 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.