The death of Princess Diana, Princess of Wales, sent shockwaves around the world. A nation was left in mourning, but soon feelings of suspicion surfaced: was her death all that the Establishment might wish us to believe?
Now, after an exhaustive two-year probe, investigative writer and former journalist Noel Botham has dared to reveal what the people of Britain have always believed - that Diana's death was murder.
Using his unique contacts in the secretive worlds of intelligence and royalty, the author has uncovered the facts that prove Diana was - as she herself predicted she would be - the victim of a professional hit squad. He presents a clear account of what really happened on that fateful day of 31 August 1997. Why was the killing sanctioned? How was it executed? Was there really another car in the tunnel at the time of the crash? All of these questions and more, including how the truth was covered up by an official whitewash, are answered.
This astounding book is what all enquiring minds have been waiting for, blowing the lid off the secrets the Establishment does not want us to know. The Murder of Princess Diana firmly lays to rest the theory that Diana's death was a tragic accident, and finally gives the people of Britain the explanation they deserve.
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Fascinating and well researched book ruined by appalling narration.
Despite some dreadful narration, I did persevere to complete this book, and have to say I am now signed up to the throng of conspiracy theorists who believe Diana's death is more than a little suspicious.
The narrator is laughably bad, sounding like a parody of a bad news reader; applying the most ludicrous affectation of raising the tone of his voice and sustaining certain words in every sentence. I challenge anybody to listen to this and not be driven up the wall.
Worse still is the abundance of mis-pronunciations that are beyond the joke. How can anybody attempt to narrate an audiobook without researching the key words they will need to pronounce beforehand? Here are just a few examples for your amusement:
Norfolk (Nor-foll-k), Corps (Corpse), Ronald Reagan (Reegan), Miscellaneous (Misk-ellaneous), Bespectacled (Be-speckled), Gendarmerie (Jen-darmerie), Saville Row (Civil Row), Miserly (miz-err-ally).. and so on.. ad nauseam.
I would definitely suggest getting the printed book though, as it is certainly a compelling read.
If the narrator is reading this may I suggest another line of work?
It’s like listening to a robot. Rubbish!