Play Of Colorsby Germaine A. Cross
In 1897, a baby girl was born to a poor lumberjack and his wife. She was named Opal Whiteley. In 1920, she wrote a book alleging she was the victim of an orchestrated kidnapping. In 1923, the media frenzy forced her to flee the country. In 1992, she was buried in London, England...under two different names. What unraveled in between is a true story filled with intrigue, tragedy and a shocking conclusion.
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I do believe the woman named Opal Whiteley was indeed Princess Francoise d'Orleans. Does this book solve the mystery? Lets just say this--we need DNA testing results! The author does a marvelous job in presenting Opal's story to the world.Opal was fascinating and complex, and this is a great biography which proves it.