Diana: The Last Days

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Random House, Oct 31, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 416 pages

Was Diana murdered? Was the British Royal family involved? Was she pregnant and engaged to Dodi? Did the paparazzi or 'a blinding white flash' cause the crash? Was driver Henri Paul really drunk or were his blood tests switched?
Since Princess Diana died in Paris on 31 August 1997 there have been more questions than answers about the crash that killed her, despite lengthy official French and British investigations.

This is the authoritative and up-to-date study into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, which includes unique access to Diana's close friends and bodyguards, French and British detectives who probed the crash, and the official French investigation's dossier into the crash.

 

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Contents

Authors Note
Kiss Chase
The Paparazzi
Red herrings and White Fiats
The Myth Maker
Mohameds Media
The Bodyguards
The Verdict
The Judges Report
Twisting Reality by the Neck
The Operation Paget Inquiry Report into the Allegation of Conspiracy to Murder
Acknowledgements
Footnotes
Copyright

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Bestselling author Martyn Gregory is also an award-winning investigative producer and reporter. His two Dispatches films for Channel 4 have been highly praised, and 'The Accident' in 1997 was the highest-rated programme in the series' history. He has been interviewed worldwide about Diana: The
Last Days