This is one for the royal history buffs. Released amidst much furore and drama way back in 1992, Andrew Morton’s biography of the Princess of Wales… 290 more words
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17 Carnations: The Royals, the Nazis and the Biggest Cover-Up in History by Andrew Morton
Not really the sort of book I usually go for (like, at all) but I had to read this for work and I found it fairly compelling, if a bit gushy, flowery and over-enthusiastic at some points. 444 more words
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
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