Synopses & Reviews
Who Killed Diana?
poses tough questions about suspicious behavior and activities and conflicting testimonies. It challenges the widely held assumption that the blood of Mercedes driver Henri Paul contained alcohol at over three times the legal limit–and even the presumption that Paul was merely a Ritz security employee. It names and probes diverse and shadowy partiesboth British and foreignwho had motives for wanting the famous couple eliminated as well as the means for achieving this goal and disguising it as an accident.
Renowned investigative journalists Peter Hounam and Derek McAdam take the reader on a breathtaking, page-turning journey through a land of unofficial branches of secret services, professional assassins, international hitmen, “wet affairs,” Psy-Ops, the Clinic, “Feather Men,” remote-controlled cars, and ancient clandestine societies protecting the British establishment.