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Jul 11, 2017
| ISBN 9781524742485
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Jul 11, 2017 | ISBN 9781524742485
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.
Tom Sancton, author of The Bettencourt Affair and five other nonfiction books, was a longtime Paris bureau chief for Time… More about Tom Sancton
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