Diana

Her True Story--in Her Own Words

Author: Andrew Morton

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1501169734

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 448

View: 2922

The sensational biography of Princess Diana, written with her cooperation and now featuring exclusive new material to commemorate the 20th anniversary of her death. When Diana: Her True Story was first published in 1992, it forever changed the way the public viewed the British monarchy. Greeted initially with disbelief and ridicule, the #1 New York Times bestselling biography has become a unique literary classic, not just because of its explosive contents but also because of Diana’s intimate involvement in the publication. Never before had a senior royal spoken in such a raw, unfiltered way about her unhappy marriage, her relationship with the Queen, her extraordinary life inside the House of Windsor, her hopes, her fears, and her dreams. Now, twenty-five years on, biographer Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he and the late princess made to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind. In this fully revised edition of his groundbreaking biography, Morton considers Diana’s legacy and her relevance to the modern royal family. An icon in life and a legend in death, Diana continues to fascinate. Diana: Her True Story in Her Own Words is the closest we will ever come to her autobiography.

Diana, Her True Story in Her Own Words

Author: Andrew Morton

Publisher: Thorndike Press Large Print

ISBN: 9781432841164

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 623

View: 8092

A #1 New York Times Bestselling Author25th Anniversary EditionTwenty-five years after Diana: Her True Story was published, biographer Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he made with the late princess to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind. This fully revised edition of his groundbreaking biography is the closest we will ever come to an autobiography of Diana, an icon in life and a legend in death.

Diana

Her True Story, in Her Own Words

Author: Andrew Morton

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781854792709

Category: Great Britain

Page: 288

View: 3743

Originally published in 1992, this biography was produced with the full co-operation and input of the Princess. Following the tragic and sudden death of the Princess in August 1997, the book has been fully revised to contain new material and photographs and is designed to stand as a tribute to her.

Diana: Her True Story - In Her Own Words

The Sunday Times Number-One Bestseller

Author: Andrew Morton

Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books

ISBN: 1782436936

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 448

View: 6326

THE SUNDAY TIMES NUMBER-ONE BESTSELLER. A reissue of this classic title brought up to date with never-before-published material from the original taped interviews and a new introduction by Andrew Morton. This edition reflects on the extraordinary circumstances surrounding the original publication, and on the long-term legacy of Diana, the woman who helped reinvigorate the royal family, giving it a more emotional, human face, and thus helping it move forward into the 21st century.

Remembering Diana

A Life in Photographs

Author: Tina Brown

Publisher: National Geographic Books

ISBN: 1426218532

Category: Photography

Page: 199

View: 561

"For the millions who adored the People's Princess, this lavish book celebrates Diana Spencer's life in pictures. Page after page of inside photos from the legendary National Geographic archives document the royal's most memorable moments in the spotlight; a luminous, personal remembrance by Diana friend and biographer Tina Brown adds context and nuance to a poignant life twenty years after her tragic death. Float down memory lane through more than 100 remarkable images of Diana, from her days as a schoolgirl to her engagement to Prince Charles, the birth of Princes William and Harry, and her life in the media as an outspoken advocate for the poor, the sick, and the downtrodden. This elegant book features reflections from those who knew her best, recollections from dignitaries and celebrities like Nelson Mandela and Elton John, and personal insight through the princess's own words. Published to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of Diana's death, this richly illustrated book is a beautiful ode to one of the world's most beloved women."--Provided by publisher.

The Real Diana

Author: Lady Colin Campbell

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 1466850787

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

View: 7755

"When I met Diana at a mutual friend's house in 1990, I was astonished by her conduct. Up to this point, the Diana I had encountered was a princess who had behaved very much in keeping with the forms and traditions of royalty. In social situations, she was as circumspect as the rest of them, as indeed all ladies are.... "Now, however, she was the antithesis of circumspect. Throwing caution and reserve to the wind, she said that she wanted me to write the truth about her life 'because I feel as if the whole fairy tale is crushing whatever's left of the real me.... If you'd just write about the real Diana, it would make all the difference.'" --Lady Colin Campbell Who was the real Diana? What was it like to be so privileged yet so anguished, so beloved yet so self-loathing, so spoiled yet so despairing? The Princess of Wales was all these things--far more complicated, conflicted, and intriguing a person than the wildly disparate saint or lunatic she is frequently portrayed to be. Royal insider Lady Colin Campbell sets the record straight on many of the most controversial aspects of Diana's turbulent life: how Charles and Diana's engagement came to pass, though it seemed ill-advised to those closest to both of them; what their honeymoon was really like; the truth behind Diana's bulimia, her widely reported suicide attempts, and her obsession with Camilla Parker Bowles; Diana's search for love and fulfillment with numerous men before, during, and after her marriage; her brilliant manipulations of the press; and her relationship with Dodi Fayed. Lady Colin Campbell's New York Times bestselling biography Diana in Private was the first to expose the truth about Diana and her troubled marriage. In The Real Diana, she reveals that the reason she knew so much about what went on behind the palace gates was because Diana herself was the source. Drawing upon these confidences--as well as on conversations with countless people who knew Diana and with Diana herself in the final years of her life--Lady Colin Campbell combines true insight with true compassion to bring us the most intimate and revealing portrait of the Princess of Wales that we will ever have.

The Murder Of Princess Diana

Author: Noel Botham

Publisher: Pinnacle Books

ISBN: 9780786007004

Category: True Crime

Page: 288

View: 4045

Argues that the death of Princess Diana was not accidental, examining events and circumstances surrounding the car accident and the subsequent investigation. Reissue.

17 Carnations

The Royals, the Nazis, and the Biggest Cover-Up in History

Author: Andrew Morton

Publisher: Grand Central Publishing

ISBN: 1455527092

Category: History

Page: 368

View: 8067

For fans of the Netflix series The Crown, a meticulously researched historical tour de force about the secret ties among Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, the Duke of Windsor, and Adolf Hitler before, during, and after World War II. Andrew Morton tells the story of the feckless Edward VIII, later Duke of Windsor, his American wife, Wallis Simpson, the bizarre wartime Nazi plot to make him a puppet king after the invasion of Britain, and the attempted cover-up by Churchill, General Eisenhower, and King George VI of the duke's relations with Hitler. From the alleged affair between Simpson and the German foreign minister to the discovery of top secret correspondence about the man dubbed "the traitor king" and the Nazi high command, this is a saga of intrigue, betrayal, and deception suffused with a heady aroma of sex and suspicion. For the first time, Morton reveals the full story behind the cover-up of those damning letters and diagrams: the daring heist ordered by King George VI, the smooth duplicity of a Soviet spy as well as the bitter rows and recriminations among the British and American diplomats, politicians, and academics. Drawing on FBI documents, exclusive pictures, and material from the German, Russian, and British royal archives, as well as the personal correspondence of Churchill, Eisenhower, and the Windsors themselves, 17 CARNATIONS is a dazzling historical drama, full of adventure, intrigue, and startling revelations, written by a master of the genre.

Diana - Closely Guarded Secret - New and Updated Edition

Author: Ken Wharfe,Robert Jobson

Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1786063069

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: N.A

View: 307

At last – a revised edition of the controversial book that dared to tell the truth about the late Diana, Princess of Wales. Inspector Ken Wharfe, the first royalty protection officer to publish a memoir, was a crucial figure in the life of Diana, Princess of Wales, for nearly seven years from 1987. In that time, he became a close friend and trusted confidant who shared her most private moments. His first-hand account takes issue with many of the so-called 'facts' about the Princess and provides an affectionate, if not always uncritical, insight into this complex, troubled, but ultimately fascinating woman. Perhaps not surprisingly, the book caused a sensation on its first publication, and became both a Sunday Times and New York Times bestseller. Here is the authentic voice of a man who played an important role during Diana's most difficult times, and in her beloved sons' formative years, and who shows himself to be an exceptionally perceptive observer of the events that unfolded around the Princess. After Inspector Wharfe resigned his position in 1993 (making headline news), Diana announced her withdrawal from public life and axed her Scotland Yard protection – a decision her former 'top cop' believes led ultimately to her death. Now revised and updated to include Ken Wharfe's insider's view of the vast mass of material that has been published about the late Princess since this book first appeared, his account presents the most intimate portrait of Diana to date, as well as a fitting tribute to one of the outstanding figures of our age.

Shadows of a Princess

Author: Patrick Jephson

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 0008260125

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 608

View: 9569

Reissued for the twentieth anniversary of Diana’s death, this sensational and controversial bestseller is an explosive account of her life, from the man who was by her side throughout its most turbulent period.

Guarding Diana

Protecting the Princess Around the World

Author: Ken Wharfe

Publisher: John Blake

ISBN: 9781786069092

Category:

Page: 288

View: 8245

Inspector Ken Wharfe, the first royalty protection officer to publish a memoir, was a crucial figure in the life of Diana, Princess of Wales, for nearly seven years. He became a close friend and trusted confidant. His first-hand contradicts many of the so-called "facts" about Diana and provides affectionate, if not always uncritical, insight. He played an important role during Diana's most trying times, and in her sons' formative years, and he shows himself to be an exceptionally perceptive observer. This account presents the most intimate portrait of Diana to date, as well as a fitting tribute to one of the outstanding figures of our age.

Diana--The Last Word

Author: Simone Simmons,Ingrid Seward

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 9780312948634

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 256

View: 496

A former confidante of Princess Diana reveals details of the last years of her life, including her relationships with men, her efforts to rebuild her life after her divorce from Prince Charles, and her unfulfilled plans for the future. Reprint.

Outlander

Author: Diana Gabaldon

Publisher: Doubleday Canada

ISBN: 0385674678

Category: Fiction

Page: 896

View: 3531

Claire Randall is leading a double life. She has a husband in one century, and a lover in another... In 1945, Claire Randall, a former combat nurse, is back from the war and reunited with her husband on a second honeymoon—when she innocently touches a boulder in one of the ancient stone circles that dot the British Isles. Suddenly she is a Sassenach—an "outlander"—in a Scotland torn by war and raiding border clans in the year of our Lord...1743. Hurled back in time by forces she cannot understand, Claire's destiny in soon inextricably intertwined with Clan MacKenzie and the forbidden Castle Leoch. She is catapulted without warning into the intrigues of lairds and spies that may threaten her life ...and shatter her heart. For here, James Fraser, a gallant young Scots warrior, shows her a passion so fierce and a love so absolute that Claire becomes a woman torn between fidelity and desire...and between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Duchess

Camilla Parker Bowles and the Love Affair That Rocked the Crown

Author: Penny Junor

Publisher: Thorndike Press Large Print

ISBN: 9781432848415

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 620

View: 3330

Diana

In Pursuit of Love

Author: Andrew Morton

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780739443590

Category: Large type books

Page: 640

View: 4865

The Day Diana Died

Author: Christopher Andersen

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781857825312

Category:

Page: 288

View: 6155

Like the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the tragic death of the Princess of Wales on 31st august 1997 is one of those defining benchmarks in history - an event that touched each of us so profoundly that we will never forget the moment we heard the news.

Death of a Princess

The True Story Behind Diana's Tragic End

Author: Tom Sancton,Scott MacLeod

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1524742481

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 336

View: 7380

For the twentieth anniversary of Diana's death, a new, updated edition of the headline-grabbing New York Times bestseller that told the definitive story of how the Princess of Wales lost her life in a high-speed car accident in the heart of Paris on August 31, 1997. What really happened on that fateful summer night? Rumors still abound: that Diana and her boyfriend, Dodi Fayed (son of wealthy Egyptian businessman Mohamed Al Fayed), were planning to marry and British intelligence was somehow involved in their deaths. Or, that the paparazzi, a second car, or Diana and Dodi's driver, may have been responsible. Written by Tom Sancton, Time's Paris bureau chief at the time, and Scott MacLeod, then the magazine's Middle East correspondent, Death of a Princess struck a chord in 1998 with its exhaustive account of what really happened in the months, days, hours, and minutes leading up to the fatal crash. The book remains a masterwork of strong, original reporting, firsthand interviews with key figures, and insider analysis of one of the twentieth century's most tragic and unforgettable events.

My Husband and I

The Inside Story of 70 Years of the Royal Marriage

Author: Ingrid Seward

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1471159582

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

View: 8228

With interest in the royal couple at a new peak thanks to the hit TV series The Crown, Ingrid Seward reveals the real story of the marriage of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. When a young Princess Elizabeth met and fell in love with the dashing Naval Lieutenant Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, it wasn't without its problems. The romance between the sailor prince and the young princess brought a splash of colour to a nation still in the grip of post-war austerity. When they married in Westminster Abbey in November 1947, there were 3000 guests, including six kings and seven queens. Within five years, as Queen Elizabeth II, she would ascend to the throne and later be crowned in front of millions watching through the new medium of television. Throughout her record-breaking reign, she relied on the formidable partnership she had made with her consort. Now, after 70 years of their marriage, acclaimed royal biographer Ingrid Seward sheds new light on their relationship and its impact on their family and on the nation. In My Husband and I, we discover the challenges faced by Prince Philip as he has had to learn to play second fiddle to the Queen in all their public engagements, but we also get a revealing insight into how their relationship operates behind closed doors. As the years have gone by, there have been rumours of marital troubles, fierce debates over how to bring up their children, and they have had to deal with family traumas - from scandalous divorces to shocking deaths - in the full glare of the public eye. But somehow, their relationship has endured and provided a model of constancy to inspire all around them. This book is not only a vivid portrait of a hugely important marriage, it is a celebration of the power of love.

The Diana Years

Author: N. Y.) People Magazine (New York

Publisher: Time Life Education

ISBN: 9781883013455

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 150

View: 6431

Photographs from "People" depict the progress of Princess Diana's marriage, the development of her fashion sense, her relations with her sons, her travels, her charitable work, other aspects of her life, and her funeral