Autor/Verlag: Collinson, Gavin
'Absolutely fascinating . . . A fantastic read' - BBC Radio London
'Remarkable' - BBC Radio Berkshire
Ever wondered what really happened to Princess Diana? Then this gripping new conspiracy thriller is for you.
August 1997: A princess dies in Paris.
When private investigator Marc Novak is hired to investigate what - and who - really caused the death of Princess Diana, the last thing he expects to discover is a brutal, covert world.
But soon he's drawn head-to-head with people so powerful, they'll kill to protect their secrets. To them, murder is legal and the truth can be tailored to suit the highest bidder.
25 years on, could it be that the fatal crash wasn't just an accident in Paris?
'Gavin Collinson has created a thriller which is both suspenseful and funny as well as interesting' Bella
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