The Regulators - Chapters 1-2 Summary & Analysis

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This novel is written by Stephen King, but published under the name of his alter ego, Richard Bachman. The book begins with a note from the editor explaining how this novel was discovered among the belongings of the deceased Bachman by his widow soon after his death. The book has been updated, but otherwise unaltered.

Postcard. There is a postcard, dated July 24, 1994. This postcard was sent from Bill Garin to his sister, Audrey Wyler, telling her that there was a huge breakthrough with Bill's son, Seth, that Bill would explain to Audrey when the family reached their vacation destination of San Jose, California.

Chapter 1. July 15, 1996. Poplar Street. It is a hot summer afternoon and the entire neighborhood of Poplar Street in Wentworth, Ohio seem to be out enjoying it. A young girl named Ellie Carver is at the local convenience store on the corner of...

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