Regency Books

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Regency Books was intended as a mass-market paperback line, presumably an attempt to diversify the publishing activities of William L. Hamling, who was owner/publisher.

The intent was to publish "controversial" books, featuring both fiction and non-fiction, including such topics as race relations, political corruption, and mob psychology.

They were poorly distributed, however, and struggled to find an audience.

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