Camilla and Charles: The Love Story

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John Blake, 2005 - Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, 1947-, Biography - 368 pages
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***The first - and most revealing - book to be published covering the wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles*** The intense love between Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles has spanned decades. It is a tale that has reached almost Shakespearian heights of passion, misery and betrayal. Now, they have made history by announcing their plans to marry, thrusting them back into the spotlight once more. This sensational biography reveals everything about their relationship, their decision to marry and the impact that the event will have on the establishment and the public. It examines how they were kept apart by the Royal family and how Charles's love for Camilla throughout his marriage to Diana led to the press casting her as the villain of the piece when the marriage ended. Caroline Graham has spoken to sources very close to the couple to uncover one of the most controversial relationships of our time.

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Contents

The Wife He Always Wanted
1
Growing Up
9
Love at First Sight
25
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Caroline Graham (born on July 17, 1931 in Nuneaton) is an English playwright, screenwriter and novelist. She attended the Open University, and received a degree in writing for the theatre from the University of Birmingham. Her first published book was Fire Dance, a romance novel. She is best-known as the writer of the Chief Inspector Barnaby series, which was made into a series for television in the UK known as Midsomer Murders. The first Inspector Barnaby novel, The Killings at Badger's Drift, was published in 1988 and named as one of The Top 100 Crime Novels of All Time. Since then she has written six more, with latest novel A Ghost in the Machine published in 2004.

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