The Princess Di Conspiracy (The Film They Don't Want You To See) [NOOK Book]

Overview

In this Book // Screenplay, you will be given the true facts about the Royal Palace intrigue that was brought against Princess Diana and James Hewitt, including ”The Stolen Love Letters,” and the true story of the Death of Diana. It will be told using the actual screenplay written by J. P. O’Connor. It is the story that “They,” The British Royals do not want you to see.

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The Princess Di Conspiracy (The Film They Don't Want You To See)

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Overview

In this Book // Screenplay, you will be given the true facts about the Royal Palace intrigue that was brought against Princess Diana and James Hewitt, including ”The Stolen Love Letters,” and the true story of the Death of Diana. It will be told using the actual screenplay written by J. P. O’Connor. It is the story that “They,” The British Royals do not want you to see.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011126406
  • Publisher: Patrick O'Connor
  • Publication date: 10/27/2010
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 294 KB

Meet the Author


John Patrick O’Connor was born in Ireland. Educated in Ireland and the United States. He holds degrees in Journalism, Law and a Doctorate in Psychology.

After he graduated from Law school he worked for a U.S. Government Intelligence Agency. ( NOT C.I.A ).

He left Government service and moved to Beirut Lebanon representing private companies, doing business in the Middle-East.

After five years he left Beirut and moved to Dublin, Ireland, and became a consultant to companies doing business in the Middle-East, Far-East and Africa. He moved from Ireland to Dubai, United Arab Emirates and continued consulting work for various defense related corporations.

After two years, O’Connor moved to Washington D.C. and formed International Security Services. His company became consultants to various foreign governments
concerning internal security matters. O’Connor opened an office in London and Dublin, expanding the company’s services to include personal protection and fraud investigation.

Whilst in London, O’Connor co-founded with his wife, a magazine entitled “The Good Life.” The magazine was an up market magazine that targeted certain consumer areas in London. The magazine had its twelfth anniversary recently and is still publishing.

O’Connor Divorced his wife and Moved to Marbella, Spain, where he maintained an apartment for many years and started writing “The Islamic Marketing Intelligence Report.” The news letter was very successful and had very high level corporate and private subscribers in Europe and the United States. He closed down the news letter after the political climate changed in the Middle East. He also wrote, “The International Money Line.” For the publisher Julian Snyder.

O’Connor then finished his book, after two years of research, entitled, “ The International Adoption Guide.” Subtitled, “ How to Legally Adopt A Child In Eighty different Countries.” To promote the book, O’Connor did a three week promotional tour of Britain and appeared on numerous TV and Radio interviews.
The book received huge coverage in the British newspapers, but the publisher, Chancellor Publications, ( London), had some major internal difficulties and could not get the book printed fast enough to meet the demand. Thus, only a few thousand were sold.

Due to a series of deaths in his family, O’Connor semi-retired to his family home in Ireland to raise thoroughbred horses. He also finished his book entitled, “You Are The Target.” Subtitled, ( Don’t Be The Victim.) This book was selling very well, until the publisher , Scope International ( London ), suddenly went out of business.

O’ Connor closed his International Securities office in London, but kept the offices in Washington, D. C. and Dublin, Ireland running. He finished two consulting jobs for old clients, but found the Irish weather debilitating and he was spending more time in Marbella, Spain.

He sold the farm in Ireland and commuted between Marbella and Washington. He formerly retired and closed the Washington and Dublin offices and moved to Beverly Hills to be near his newly married son and Daughter in law.

In 2009 He moved back to Marbella Spain , to continue his writing.

( A Full Professional Curriculum Vitae is available. )
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