Diana on the Edge: Inside the Mind of the Princess of Wales by Chris Hutchins
Diana's behaviour since her separation from Prince Charles has had the public, the Government and the Palace reeling in stunned amazement as each shocking action is quickly eclipsed by something even more daring and unpredictable. While outwardly fit and in control, there are clear signals of even more extreme behaviour to come and of impending crisis. Drawing on inside information and expert opinion, this book should be of interest to anyone who remains drawn to this woman. The book unfolds her key relationships with men, as well as her harsh treatment of the women, by whom she feels threatened. It also includes an in-depth analysis of Diana's words and body language in her "Panorama" interview. The key consultant on the state of her mind is Dr Sydney Crown, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Psychiatrists, and a consultant at the London Hospital. Christopher Hutchins is the co-author of "Sarah's Story", "Diana's Nightmare", "Elvis and Lennon" and "Athina".