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Hurray, a first hand account with intelligence
on 7 November 2000
I loved it. Normally I read a "Diana" book in 12 hours. This one took 4 days. I believe every word of it and can only sympathise with the state of the author's nerves at the end of his appointment. It was refreshing not to read too much gossip and I would say the author had an incredible capability in reading his employer's "agenda behind the agenda". At the same time he portrayed a fascination for Diana's "magic". I am reminded of the saying "When she was good, she was very good. When she was bad, she was very bad".