The Day Diana Died

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The final days. The startling revelations. The untold story.


What were Diana's true intentions regarding marriage to Dodi Fayed?
What was the secret history of the Mercedes death car that almost guaranteed a fatal accident?
What was the truth about Diana's rumored pregnancy?
How did William and Harry cope with their shock and grief?
What was the Queen's curious behavior when notified of Diana's death?


You are there the day Diana died....

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Where were you the day Diana died? For most, the shock is still a clear and present memory. But the truth behind the tragedy has been something less than clear. Until now.

Bestselling author Christopher Andersen draws on important sources, including hospital workers, palace insiders, emergency workers, eyewitnesses, friends, and family to recreate in vivid, often startling detail, the events leading up to that fateful night in Paris. Here is the story behind the headlines, the last days of Diana, the princess who changed the course of British history. Learn:

What intimate matter preoccupied the princess the night she died.
What other passenger in the car had a record for hit-and-run drunk driving.
Why the most fashionable woman in history lay in her coffin in a borrowed dress.
How Mohamed Al Fayed engineered the romance between a vulnerable Diana and his son Dodi.
Charles's role in forcing the Queen to publicly acknowledge Diana's death.
What mysterious car was also seen in the tunnel that night and played a role in the crash.

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User Review  - bronwyn52 - LibraryThing

about the days leading up tp the accident that killed her, the aftermath in the hours and days after her death and peoples reactions around the world Read full review

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User Review  - cindyloumn - LibraryThing

Ok..I've always loved Diana..so WHY in the world did I read this book?! ha. Didn't learn anything really new. A stretched out book to get it book like length,when it could have just been a magazine article!! 12/23/98 Read full review

Contents

Section 1
75
Section 2
139
Section 3
175
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About the author (1998)

Christopher Andersen is the critically acclaimed author of nineteen books that have been translated into more than twenty languages worldwide. A former contributing editor of Time and senior editor of People, Andersen has also written hundreds of articles for a wide range of publications, including Life magazine and The New York Times.

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