Author:Andersen, Christopher


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The Day Diana Died

By: Andersen, Christopher

Price: $4.25

Publisher: NY, William Morrow: 1998

Seller ID: 002206

ISBN: 0688160824

Condition: Near Fine

295 pp. Tight binding, slight chipping of dust jacket. No markings. A compelling and detailed account of Princess Diana's death and funeral. Prince Charles comes off as more emotional, caring and sympathetic than he usually is depicted. Queen Elizabeth is portrayed as cold and unforgiving. This book takes the reader behind the scenes, to the dramas that television cameras missed. With 16 pp. of b&w photos. View more info

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Bill and Hillary: The Marriage

By: Andersen, Christopher

Price: $5.50

Publisher: NY, William Morrow: 1999

Edition: First Edition Stated.

Seller ID: 009535

ISBN: 0688167551

Condition: Fine

340 pp, including 30 pp. b&w glossy photos. Bibliography, index. Almost new, slight edgewear on jacket at spine. Text clean. Binding firm. An exhaustive look at the relationship between the Clintons, and why it has lasted. Are US presidents immune to divorce? Size: 8vo -- 9 in Tall View more info

Michael Jackson Unauthorized

By: Andersen, Christopher

Price: $5.85

Publisher: NY, Simon & Schuster: 1994

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 004118

ISBN: 0671892398

Condition: Fine

383 pp., with 32 pp. glossy b&w photos. Nearly new, no markings, firm binding. Extensive notes on sources. Andersen provides a tell-all version of Michael Jackson's career and his bizarre fascination with children. Published a decade before criminal charges were placed against Jackson. View more info

The Day John Died

By: Andersen, Christopher

Price: $2.70

Publisher: NY, Avon: 2003

Edition: 1st Paperback Edition

Seller ID: 004145

ISBN: 0380819529

Condition: Very Good

416 pp., index, 32 pp. b&w glossy photos. Spine lightlly creased, one or two pages with dog-ear creases. Still almost new, no markings, sturdy binding. A detailed look at the life and death of JFK Jr., who was perhaps the last, best political hope of the Kennedy dynasty. View more info