Hobbs author takes thrilling adventure to the mountains in new novel
HOBBS, N.M. — Author R.D. Runnels brings readers to an exciting journey in “The Horsemen Come.” This engrossing novel will be available nationwide in paperback this week and in hardback in early October.
In “The Horsemen Come,” the mountain was normally peaceful and tranquil. It was a place where hunters, campers and hikers would congregate to be one with nature and behold its grandness and amazing beauty. But that was before the mountainsides were being painted with blood.
When domestic terrorism strikes in the most unusual of places, being carried out by an even more unlikely source, Rankin quickly realizes that it is up to him and his brother to get things corrected back on the mountain — to bring it back to what it once was. With rifles in scabbards and sidearms on hips, the tandem mounted their best horses and set out to do what the government was failing at — fully knowing that on the mountain, only certain death was awaiting someone.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the books are available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Runnels has lived in New Mexico most of his life among the very same mountains that he writes about. The avid outdoor recreationalist currently resides in Hobbs with his wife.