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In the early hours of 31 August 1997, a spirited, compassionate and beautiful woman, who just happened to be the most famous woman in the world, met her death in a tunnel under the streets of Paris, hunted down by her pursuers. This biography examines how such a thing could come to pass.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 230 pages
  • 128 x 201 x 22mm | 265g
  • Orion mass market paperback
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • NZ
  • 16pp colour photogra
  • 0752825895
  • 9780752825892

Table of contents

Family affair - the strange and lonely childhood of Lady Diana Spencer; uptown girl - the making of a super-Sloane; always and forever - the royal romance; don't you want me? - the truth about the marriage; getting mighty crowded - Camilla and repercussions; where do you go to, my lovely? - Diana of the sorrows; reach out and touch - finding happiness in her work for the common good; broken wings - the divorce; fun, love and money - Diana the international playgirl; when doves cry - the humanitarian; the power of love - death and beyond.
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About Julie Burchill

Born in Bristol in 1959, Julie Burchill is known for her controversial and acerbic style of journalism. At seventeen, she went to work for the New Musical Express, at nineteen The Face, at twenty-four The Sunday Times. She has written for many magazines and national newspapers and is the author of eight previous books.
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