Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Tegan journeys on a search for her missing son and husband. What she encounters is beyond words. Where are all the young people and families?Why has this town the appearance of a 1960's tourist brochure and where is her son? As Tegan deicides to stay the night in Regency hotel, she finds it impossible to leave. Follow Tegan on her thrilling and suspense filled entrapment in REGENT.
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About Amanda Shepherd

I am a Dubbo artist and writer. I am currently studying for my Bachelor of fine arts and I love to write when I have the time. My main catergories of literature are thrillers and horror.

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Review by: gotmud on July 12, 2011 :
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Review by: Sue Erickson on Dec. 1, 2010 :
I forgot to give you stars!!!!
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Review by: Sue Erickson on Dec. 1, 2010 : (no rating)
I loved this book!! I really liked the 1960's town. Great writing. Look forward to more of your work!!
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Review by: visionchild on March 10, 2010 :
Another thrilling tale, only this time, with supernatural elements. I found this piece highly creative and like Dampier Falls, I really enjoyed it. Very creepy, loved the gore, and a great conclusion.

My (respectful) critisicm of structure is still in place with this story. The creative talent this writer has is as good as they come, but the writing itself needs some improvements.

Amanda, you have endless potential. Even though you have ruined any chance of me camping again due to your other story, you have a fan in me. It would be really cool if you did a few more of these stories, cleaned them up, and put them in an actual multi-storied book. I think it would be highly successful. I've had a blast reading your stories and I hope to see more.

Dan Fitzpatrick, Author
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Review by: Daniel Whittman on Dec. 22, 2009 :
Another interesting thriller. I liked it better than the other one.

Daniel Whittman
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