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Shadows of a Princess: An Intimate Account by Her Private SecretaryP. D. Jephson HarperCollins, Jul 3, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 528 pages 1 Review Written by Diana's closest aide and adviser during her years of greatest fame and deepest personal crises, this controversial international bestseller has been denounced by England's royal family, yet has made headlines in Great Britain and the U.S.
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Shadows of a princess: Diana, Princess of Wales: an intimate account by her private secretaryUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Your patrons have no doubt already heard about this one. The former private secretary to Diana, Princess of Wales, has written a tell-all book about the late princess because "neglecting the truth ... Read full review
P.D. Jephson was born and raised in Ireland. After studying political science at Cambridge, he spent ten years in the Royal Navy. Selected as Equerry to the Princess of Wales in 1987, he later became hr first--and only--private secretary.
Bibliographic informationTitle Shadows of a Princess: An Intimate Account by Her Private Secretary Author P. D. Jephson Edition reprint Publisher HarperCollins, 2001 ISBN 0380820463, 9780380820467 Length 528 pages Subjects Biography & Autobiography › General
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