Throughout her public life the eyes of the world were on Diana, Princess of Wales. But who else was watching her more closely? What were their motives? What was their agenda? And what was their role in her death? On the night she died two secret operations – one connected to the British Establishment and one involving major figures in the French government – collided unintentionally with catastrophic results. From Bosnia to Baghdad, from Paris to Washington, from Angola to London this ‘faction’ thriller tells the compelling story of the British, French and American secret services’ involvement in the most iconic car crash in history…and beyond. The names, dates, places and events are real. Only the storyline is fiction. Or is it? As the former head of Scotland Yard’s press bureau, crime correspondent for a Sunday newspaper, and personal adviser to Mohamed Al Fayed, the author has a unique insight. Among the countless conspiracy theories, his is the most plausible account so far. This is a ‘must read’ for all students of the subject.