Author: Peter Hounam
Publisher: Vision/Orient paperbacks
ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A
There is one certainty about the tragic deaths of Diana, Princess of Wales, and her lover Dodi Fayed. The crash was not simply an act of fate.
Someone-or some group-was responsible for the terrible carnage in the Paris underpass in August 1997. It may simply have been those who allowed Henri Paul to drive whilst he was apparently drunk. Or was it a planned hit by a group skilled in the proven technique of killing by stealth?
Who Killed Diana? poses tough questions about the conflicting testimonies and the many suspicious factors. And it condemns the silence in France and Britain about what really happened.
It casts doubt on the assumption that the driver was three times over the limit. It assembles the evidence that Diana and Dodi had become a threat to the British Establishment. It shows who might have intervened in the most brutal fashion. It examines their motives and how an assassination could have been executed.
This is a book for those who prefer to know-the questions and the answers.
Romance in The Sun
Pillar of Faith?
Steps to Disaster
Pictures of Greed
Chaos and Confusion
Driven to Disaster
Seeing and Believing
Demand for Answers