Massacre at the palace: the doomed royal dynasty of Nepal

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Talk Miramax Books, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 255 pages
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Offers a compelling portrait of royal family of Nepal and the troubled prince, Crown Prince Dipendra, who slaughtered his father, the king, mother, and siblings and provides a close-up look at a troubled monarchy and a nation in turmoil. 100,000 first printing.

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User Review  - Binod Gautam - Goodreads

A must read for those who keep interest in Nepali Royal Family. Read full review

Review: Massacre at the Palace: The Doomed Royal Dynasty of Nepal

User Review  - GoldGato - Goodreads

Interesting book. I bought it to get a firmer understanding of the events that took place in 2001 Nepal, where the primary royal clan was wiped out by the wacked-out Crown Prince. But the author first ... Read full review

Contents

three The Regency Syndrome
35
thirteen The Sounds of Silence
205
fourteen Laid to Rest?
227
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Gregson, born and raised in Calcutta, is an expert on Nepal and the Himalayan region.

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