the best account yet of the tragedy...A world away from the synthetic soap-opera of most royal accounts. Anyone who advises royalty - not just those on the official payroll - would benefit from reading it.
Two authors who also grapple with the problem of rationality are Tim Clayton and Phil Craig, whose intelligent and well-researched DIANA: STORY OF A PRINCESS provides the best account so far of the unlucky lady and her mystifying cult.
DIANA: STORY OF A PRINCESS (the book of the TV series) is a good, plain, lucid, responsible one (book)
A real achievement. They find something new and interesting to say about a subject we thought we all knew backwards.
Ground-breaking. The most penetrating portrait yet...the real story behind the lies and propaganda.
a convincing and at times moving portrait
...it offers something fresh and pure and notably fair. Early on, the authors call the tale they have to tell 'this story of magic and manipulation.' It is greatly to their credit that they have managed to resist being blinded by that magic or succumbing to that manipulation...DIANA:STORY OF A PRINCESS has a reamrkably clear-sighted vision
The people's Princess continues to captivate, and this is the most thorough, unbiased account of her too-short life to date. Essential reading for royal fans.
An x-ray examination of a woman who threatened the British monarchy