Who Murdered Diana? is the forth volume in the book series. It is a hard probing look at the life of the princess from childhood up to and including her courtship to royalty, her time in the palace, her tormented marriage, her post marriage affairs, and finally her murder. 60% of the book dissects and probes her post marriage life and the enemies that she made outside (and inside) of the palace which lead to her untimely demise.
Her enemies mounted privately as the queen despised her. She felt that Diana had made a mockery of the royal family by divorcing a member of the bloodline. Adding insult to injury, Diana had become more popular and more influential than any member of the royal family. Price Charles hated her for all of those reasons, and a few of his own. The divorce from Diana had transformed him into being the first jilted spouse in history and he despised the black mark that accompanied it.
The members of the royal family hated her inside the walls of the castle; and she fared no better on the outside. Her boyfriend’s where threatened, her phones were tapped, and she constantly feared for her life. In fact, she often told her close friends that she knew she was going to be killed. This harassment intensified with her courtship to Dodi Al Fayed whose billionaire father owned many financial investments in England.
Shock waves went through the British government when it was learned through their wiretaps that Diana’s Arab suitor had proposed marriage. Complicating matters were Diana’s involvement in global charitable causes such as anti-landmine campaigns, and future small arms bans that were threatening the monetary balance of power. The world had enough of Diana’s meddling and the inevitable needed to happen. She needed to be rubbed out. As with all books in the series the suspects were gathered and screened through the elements of a crime: motive, means and opportunity. In the end, they would “make it look like and accident” and the book would reveal who “they” were.
4,000 hours of investigative research, writing and publishing would go into this book. It’s a “tell-all” work that is far different than anything that has been written on the death of Princess Diana before or since. In the end, as the book claims, you will know Who Murdered Diana?