Lady Colin Campbell
The Real Diana by Lady Colin Campbell
Pages: 326 pp
Publisher: Arcadia Books
Lady Colin Campbell was the first to predict the Waleses' separation and divorce, in her international bestseller, Diana in Private, published 1992. In The Real Diana she includes new revelations about Diana's later life and new theories of her death in 1997. The book was republished in 2004.
'Explosive… .The most sensational book of the year.' The Mail on Sunday
A Life Worth Living by Lady Colin Campbell
ISBN: 978 0751516609
Pages: 432 pp
Publisher: Time Warner paperbacks
Suffering from a rare, treatable handicap which she was born with and yet which was ignored by her family, Lady Colin Campbell shows in her autobiography the intense difficulties she experienced and overcame as she struggled to fight for her identity and independence. Learning to survive and ultimately succeed within the privileged yet intensely demanding and sometimes venal world of aristocratic wealth, Lady Colin's personal journey is truly impressive and enthralling. As one customer says from amazon.co.uk 'This is a fascinating book about a fascinating lady.' The book is illustrated with 16 pages of b/w photographs from Lady Colin's personal collection.
'Truly thrilling… certainly a life worth reading.' Evening Standard
'The author seems possessed of a joie de vivre which carries her through the strangest times… If one had a suitably flamboyant hat, one might very well be tempted to take it off to her.' Sunday Telegraph
The Royal Marriages: What Really Goes On In The Private Life of The Queen And Her Family by Lady Colin Campbell
Pages: 345 pp
Publisher: St Martins Mass Market
'Royal insider and author of the New York Times bestseller Diana in Private, Lady Colin Campbell takes readers behind the palace walls of silence to reveal the secret agendas that have made all the storybook marriages crumble.' Amazon editorial review.
Diana in Private by Lady Colin Campbell
Pages: 340 pp
Publisher: St Martins Press
When Diana in Private was published in 1992, it became an international bestseller. Published before Andrew Morton's biography of Diana, the Princess of Wales, it demonstrated Lady Colin's numerous royal connections and her undisputed status as a Royal Insider.
Lynn Barber, the reputable journalist writing in the Daily Telegraph, described the book as 'Jaw-droppingly sensational', while People magazine commented: 'Some Palace watchers note that Lady Colin Campbell has an impressive roster of well-placed contacts and credit her with writing the most believable Diana biography'
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