Diana: Closely Guarded Secret

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Michael O'Mara, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 288 pages
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The author of this remarkable memoir was a crucial figure in the Princess's life for many years. In that time, he became a close and trusted confidant. His first-hand account takes issue with many of the the so-called "facts" about the Princess that have appeared in books and the media since her death,nbsp;providing an affectionate, if not always uncritical, insight into this complex, troubled, but ultimately fascinating woman.

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User Review  - Shivani Gupta - Goodreads

Written by Inspector Ken Wharfe, her personal protection officer, is an inside story of the Lady's private life including her liaisons, sometimes more than single at a time. The Inspector has shared ... Read full review

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User Review  - Morag Gray - Goodreads

This one is by a policeman, assigned by Scotland Yard to keep Diana safe. Less hgiographic than Burrell's book, he paints a portraint of a troubled, complex woman who could at turns be charming, vindictive, loving or manipulative. He debunks the conspiracy theory surrounding her death. Read full review


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About the author (2003)

Robert Jobson is the official royal commentator for NBC and has appeared as an analyst of royal affairs on ABC, CBS, and CNN. He is the author of Harry's War and William's Princess and the coauthor of New York Times bestseller Diana: Closely Guard Secret. The winner of the ?Scoop of the Year? for his world exclusive that Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles were to wed in 2005, he has been at the forefront of the royal news for 20 years as royal correspondent of Daily Express, Evening Standard, News of the World, and the Sun. Niraj Tanna is a photojournalist.

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