The plan was simple: to kill Diana – as Diana herself had predicted six months before – in a car crash.
Should she merely end up being injured, then it was imperative that she should die in the immediate aftermath of the accident, whatever it took. And, as it turned out, it took some of the most bizarre medical treatment ever handed out to a crash victim, but only a few people ever noticed that.
… And yet Diana survived, and what she has to tell the world will surely blow the British Royal Family apart.
Still beautiful, still funny, still angry, she’d like to talk about her supposed fairytale romance with Prince Charles and shed some new light on the old story – her story, his story, Camilla’s story.
Diana’s back, and she’s better than ever.
About the Author
Kathleen McKenna Hewtson writes historical works and True Crime in factional form. Her most successful series has been ‘The Autobiography of Empress Alexandra of Russia,’ now in its fifth and final volume. She has also written about the deaths of Natalie Wood, Nicole Brown Simpson, Sunny von Bulow and Colette MacDonald (‘The Night My Husband Killed Me’), a meeting with Susan Atkins of the Manson Family (‘Family Matters’), Lord Lucan (‘The Night My Husband Left Me’), and the Casey Anthony case (‘Sleep tight, baby girl’). Her one horror book is ‘The Wedding Gift,’ under the name of Kathleen McKenna.
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