AFTER DIANA - WILLIAM, HARRY, CHARLES AND THE ROYAL HOUSE OF WINDSOR
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AFTER DIANA - WILLIAM, HARRY, CHARLES AND THE ROYAL HOUSE OF WINDSOR

"This family did not have a drop of humanity in it before. I think I've changed that." --Diana For all the millions of words that have been written about the People's Princess, no one has yet penetrated palace walls to reveal what has really happened to the Royal Family she left behind ten years ago. Until now. In the manner of his No. 1 New York Times bestsellers The Day Diana Died and The Day John Died, as well as such other bestsellers as his Jack and Jackie, Jackie After Jack, and Diana's Boys, Christopher Andersen (who was consulted by Operation Paget, Scotland Yard's official inquiry into Diana's Death) draws on important new sources to paint the first full portrait of a Royal Family still haunted by the ghost of Diana. All the compelling elements of a true dynastic saga are here: power, sex, wealth, intrigue, betrayal, tragedy, and scandal. But so, too, is the Princess's legacy of love and compassion‹alive in the sons who have grown to manhood and are now forging a legacy of their own.Among After Diana's many stunning revelations: The many times Diana predicted with uncanny accuracy how she would die, why she feared for Camilla's life as well as her own -- and the surprising, never-before-revealed identity of the woman Diana really felt might one day be Queen.New details about the hours and days after Diana's death: Charles's reaction the moment he saw Diana's body, how Camilla dealt with suddenly becoming the most hated woman in the world, and her secret eight-year campaign to replace Diana. How William and Harry have dealt with the public and private pressures -- the troubling influence of theirsubstance-abusing aristocrat friends; from drugs to Nazi uniforms to lap dances and barroom brawls, fresh details about the Princes' wild behavior and the demons that still haunt them.
Editora: HYPERION BOOKS
ISBN: 1401303609
ISBN13: 9781401303600
Edição: 1ª Edição - 2007
Número de Páginas: 352
Acabamento: HARDCOVER
por R$ 68,30