Kansas City: Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2004. Hard Cover. 4to. Near Fine / Near Fine. Item #003421
White paper boards with grey lettering to front and reproduction of Diana's signature in blind to front board, unlettered spine. Grey endpapers. 368 p.p. Lavishly illustrated with approximately 500 images of Diana, including many pictures never previously published taken from sources including the Spencer Family archives, the Althorp Museum, and the private collections of friends, charities and individuals whose lives she touched. Bumping to to tail edge of front board. Light bumping to spine head of dust jacket. The tragic death of Diana, Princess of Wales, shook the world. No one who lived through those days in the late summer of 1997 will forget the unprecedented outpourings of grief, shock and anger that followed. But who was this young woman who had come to symbolize so much to so many? Many books have been written about Diana; many more will no doubt follow. None has yet come close to the person so many people speak of as having been a beacon of light in their lives. Here, then, for the first time is the Diana that many of those closest to her knew.