TO KILL A PRINCESS, The Diana Plot, is a mind-blowing work of fiction, a novel of conspiracy, betrayal, real facts and richly detailed incidents from Diana's life told in parallel with a thrilling, multi-plot fictional story. The book explores all of the above and culminates in a Paris tunnel on August 31, 1997. Was it really an accident ...or murder? The tragic events of Princess Diana's death have been ripped from newspaper and magazine headlines and blended with some of the most widely-held suspicions, rumors and conspiracy theories in this novel and should have people talking about the surprising twist near the end for years to come. And don't take our word for it. We're delighted to include a pre-publication review by Alice Russell of The ReadersGroup, who said: "To Kill A Princess is as explosive in its content and implications as The Da Vinci Code!" TO KILL A PRINCESS, The Diana Plot was written by the prolific, award-winning novelist and best-selling author of the Harper & Row tome 'The Royal Family Quiz &Fact Book'; two other novels; and a dozen books in the nonfiction and true crime genres.