The definitive account of what really happened, revised and updated including a new chapter on Operation Paget, the report into the 'allegation of conspiracy to murder' Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed.
In the early hours of 31 August 1997, Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed set out from the Ritz Hotel in Paris for an apartment in the rue Arsène-Houssaye. They never made it. Martyn Gregory pieces together the evidence - from the exhaustive Operation Paget to the French investigation - and, with exclusive access to Diana's bodyguards and some of her closest confidants, paints a compelling, accurate and unbiased picture of Diana's final hours.
'Every writer who seeks to understand what happened on Diana's last night has to give obeisance to Martyn Gregory's superb investigative reporting' Tina Brown, author of The Diana Chronicles
'[A] brilliant book on the death of Princess Diana' Richard Ingrams, My Friend Footy
'[A] rattling exposé . . . Gregory compiles the best account yet of the events leading up to Diana's death . . . a revealing portrait' Sunday Times
'Martyn Gregory's book utterly destroys all the central Fayed propositions, and the fantasies which arose from them' Paul Foot, Oldie
'The definitive account . . . should be read by anyone who wants to strip away the lies and get to the facts of the case' Sunday Telegraphshow more