Amanda

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Bantam Books, 1996 - Fiction - 384 pages
27 Reviews
A spellbinding tale of contemporary suspense that begins with a mysterious homecoming and ends in a shattering explosion of passion, greed, and
murder. And all because a stranger says her name is... Amanda.
Others have claimed to be Amanda Daulton, but now a beautiful, self-assured woman has stepped out of the shadows of the past, insisting she's the missing
heiress to a multimillion-dollar fortune. One look is all it takes to assure the family patriarch that she's his beloved granddaughter. But others at the
magnificent Southern mansion called Glory are not as easily convinced, others with much to lose from her sudden reappearance. Soon suspicion erupts in a
chilling attempt on her life, and after the traumatic ordeal, she begins to have flashes of a nightmarish vision. What, if anything, happened twenty years ago to drive a mother and her nine-year-old daughter away from their privileged life? The struggle to find the elusive answer exposes a frightening trail of secrets--a trail that leads shockingly to the present and to the enigmatic woman who calls herself... Amanda.

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Rather interesting book -- old plot, though. - Goodreads
Who doesn't like a happy ending. - Goodreads
A romance novel that actually has a plot! - Goodreads

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I originally bought this book as part of a gift for a friend of mine who shares the titular name. It only seemed fitting I read it before giving it to her. I enjoyed the romance, the intrigue and the ... Read full review

About the author (1996)

Kay Hooper, who has more than six million copies of her books in print worldwide, has won numerous awards and high praise for her novels. Kay lives in North Carolina, where she is currently working on her next novel.

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