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1 Morton, Andrew Diana: Her New Life
NY Simon & Schuster 1994 0684800098 / 9780684800097 1st American Edition Cloth & Boards Fine Fine 
176 pp., with 32 pp. of vivid color photos. Plus index and appendix laying out the technical procedures of British divorce. Nearly new, no markings, tight binding. A detailed, sympathetic look at Diana after her separation from Prince Charles and before her death. Written by the journalist who was a confidant during the rockiest years of the marriage and her ally in a publicity war with the queen and Charles. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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2 Morton, Andrew Diana: Her True Story (revised)
NY . Simon & Schuster 1997 068485080x / 9780684850801 First Thus Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine 
280 pp., with approx. 40 pp. color photos, 6 pp. b&w photos. Subtitle: A Commemorative Edition with new material including her own words. Morton, the British journalist whose original biography of Diana rocked the Royal Family, gives an updated version following Diana's death, including material detailing how she collaborated with him in his earlier research. Also a 46 pp. section purporting to be Diana's own commentary. Photos high quality. 
Price: 3.50 USD
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3 Morton, Andrew Monica's Story
NY St. Martin's Press 1999 0312240910 / 9780312240912 First US Edition Boards Fine Very Good 
288 pp., 32 pp. glossy color photos. Index. Still close to new, 2 small dings to top of jacket. No markings. Gilt titling. Morton provides a sympathetic portrait of Monica Lewinsky and her affair with President Clinton during her 1995 White House internship. He sees her as being unfairly pressured by special prosecutor Kenneth Starr and betrayed by friend-turned-informant Linda Tripp. Clinton comes across as a cad. A postscript gives an update on Lewinsky as of January 1999. 
Price: 6.00 USD
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4 Andrew Morton Tom Cruise: An Unauthorized Biography
NY St. Martin's Press 2008 0312359861 / 9780312359867 First Edition Stated Boards Fine Fine 
344 pp., 32 pp. glossy color photos, index. Nearly new. Slight wrinkling of jacket edge. Gift quality. Text clean, no markings. Celebrity biographer Andrew Morton trains his sights on Tom Cruise, delving into his relationships and religion. 
Price: 7.50 USD
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