Camilla: Her True Story

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Few individuals have had as profound an effect upon the British monarchy as Camilla Parker Bowles. The mere mention of her name elicits strong opinions. To some, she is a person of immense honor and dignity, a loyal consort who has risen above the jibes and accusations that have been directed at her. To others, she is a destroyer, whose position as the third member of a royal marriage led to the break-up of Charles and Diana, and to the tragic events that followed. The truth, as this book reveals, lies somewhere ...

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Overview

Few individuals have had as profound an effect upon the British monarchy as Camilla Parker Bowles. The mere mention of her name elicits strong opinions. To some, she is a person of immense honor and dignity, a loyal consort who has risen above the jibes and accusations that have been directed at her. To others, she is a destroyer, whose position as the third member of a royal marriage led to the break-up of Charles and Diana, and to the tragic events that followed. The truth, as this book reveals, lies somewhere in between. Charles and Camilla have so far remained silent, keeping the details of their abiding relationship a secret. Caroline Graham, who has spoken to sources close to the couple, here reveals a story of grand passion, cynical betrayal, and sexual subterfuge. Caroline Graham is highly regarded as a royal commentator. Now living in America, she is the U.S. correspondent for the Mail on Sunday.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781904034759
  • Publisher: Blake, John Publishing, Limited
  • Publication date: 4/28/2004
  • Pages: 346
  • Product dimensions: 5.08 (w) x 7.72 (h) x 0.98 (d)

Meet the Author

Caroline Graham
CAROLINE GRAHAM was born in Warwickshire, England. Her first Inspector Barnaby novel, The Killings at Badger's Drift, was selected as one of the Top 100 Crime Novels of All Time by the Crime Writers' Association.
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Table of Contents

Foreword vii
Introduction xix
1 First Love 1
2 The Prince is Smitten 17
3 A Dream Wedding 31
4 Shy Di 49
5 Happiness Lost 71
6 The Spectre of Camilla 81
7 Falling Apart 99
8 Diana Fights Back 119
9 The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea 135
10 Telephone Sex 145
11 Over at Last 169
12 The Scandal 173
13 Bending with the Wind 189
14 Duty Before Love 201
15 Rebuilding 207
16 A Royal Confession 221
17 A Princess Adrift 243
18 Ending the Lie 265
19 Nights of Sex and Wine 273
20 Diana's Revenge 285
21 The Transition 289
22 The End of the Affair 299
23 Operation PB 307
24 'Queen' Camilla 323
25 The Future Sealed with a Kiss 339
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