THE DOSSIER ON PRINCESS DIANA'S CRASH

The saga remains a tale of two cities. In London last week Princess Diana was the renewed subject of tabloid headlines as the latest edition of a biography went on sale--an autobiography, it turns out, offering candid and often biting descriptions of her life with the royals, as divulged by her collaborator Andrew Morton. The Windsors and the Spencers were appalled, as were the British media. But however scandalized the public may have been over Morton's breach of Diana's confidence, the book flew out of London stores. In Paris there was no room for soap opera or sentiment. French investigators were...

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