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The Windsors and the Nazis

Source: The Guardian, March 21, 2015

Andrew Morton, the author of Diana: Her True Story and unauthorized biographies of Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie and Monica Lewinsky, is no stranger to tackling controversial stories about the British royal family. 1,215 more words

Around Town: Royal biographer Andrew Morton dished over dishes at literacy luncheon

Author Andrew Morton, known for his best-selling biography on Princess Diana, shared some titillating tidbits from his latest controversial book, 17 Carnations: The Royals, the Nazis and the Biggest Cover-Up in History, at a literacy luncheon held Friday at the Métropolitain Brasserie. 421 more words

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The pouting Prince: New book peers at the Nazi ties to Edward VIII

The taint of scandal and narcissism swirls around Edward VIII.

In 1936, his stubborn determination to “marry the woman I love” cost him a throne but as the British writer Andrew Morton suggests, the fellow known as “Little Man,” the golden-haired boy, was truly the author of his own misfortune. 1,015 more words

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Book events from Feb. 28

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Writing a book and getting it published can be a long, hard, and bumpy road. How do you stay motivated and keep your writing spirits up? 341 more words

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Truck driver charged in crash that killed Dickson teen

DICKSON, Tenn. (WKRN) – A truck driver has been charged in a crash that killed a 16-year-old Dickson County boy last summer.

Andrew Morton died on June 12 when a truck attempted to turn left in front of his vehicle on Highway 46 in Dickson. 323 more words

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Teen killed after pickup, 18-wheeler collide in Dickson

DICKSON, Tenn. (WKRN) – A 16-year-old boy mowing lawns to make money for the summer was killed when his pickup truck collided with a tractor trailer in Dickson late Thursday morning. 117 more words

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Doug Camilli: A royal name for a royal baby?

If the impending royal baby is a girl, Prince William and Duchess Kate will name her Elizabeth Diana, the biographer of Diana Spencer says.

“They discussed girls’ names before George was born,” Andrew Morton told the Sun newspaper. 463 more words

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