DREAMWalker Group
Where creativity and spirit converge

 

 

 

 

To assist you in finding books you enjoy reading, you can search this site for authors or artists and look at their profile pages:
 

By first name

By last name

By Subjects

And remember that when you buy a book (or anything else) from Amazon.com off this site or via other vendor links on this site, we will donate 40% of all sales back to literary and creative communitiesby sponsoring conferences & organizations. 

 

fabmost.com
AFFORDABLE SOCIAL MEDIA, PUBLICITY, BRAND/NAME RECOGNITION, BLOG CONTENT & more

 


by
Awakened Man

 

 


A bridge supporting dialog

 

 
   

Michael Walker's Blog
(Awakened Man's World)

Our DREAMTeam

Email Us

 

 

Affiliates

 

Works by
Thomas Sancton
(Writer)
[January 11, 1915 - ]

Email:  ???
(Please delete the spaces in this address before you use it. We're trying to reduce spam! )
Website:  ???
Profile created March 16, 2008
Fiction
Non-fiction
  • Death of a Princess: The Investigation (1998) by Thomas Sancton and Scott MacLeod
    Few of us will ever forget the shocking news of August 31, 1997--Lady Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, had died in a high-speed car crash at the young age of 36. Reports soon confirmed that she and her lover Dodi Fayed were the unlucky victims of a tragic accident. But what really happened on the Paris streets that fateful evening? TIME magazine reporters Thomas Sancton and Scott MacLeod, exhaustively researched the infamous story, and what they unearthed will shock and amaze you. The authors set out to answer these and many other questions:

    • What could EMS workers could have done differently to save Diana?

    • What was Dodi and Diana's relationship at the time of the crash -- were they getting engaged that night? Was Diana pregnant?

    • How was drunken "stand-in" chauffeur Henri Paul allowed to drive the Princess of Wales to her untimely death?

    • What did Dodi and Diana's do in their final hours together?

    • What is the startling assassination theory linking the British government to Diana's death?

    The tranquility of her final resting place contrasted with the tempest of rumors, myths, and interrogations that swirled up in the wake of her death. Even before her body was laid in the ground, word began to spread that she had been pregnant at the time of her death. Under normal circumstances, that would have been a purely private matter--an additional cause for sadness if true, pointless and idle gossip if not. But the violent death of the Princess of Wales was not a normal event. And the question of whether or not she was pregnant is potentially one of the most explosive elements in the investigation, because a pregnancy would give greater credence to the assassination plot theories that began in the Middle East and soon proliferated around the globe.

  • The Hong Kong Agreement (1984)

  • Little Korea, U.S.A.: Two AFL unions were locked in a long and bitter strike in Elizabeth, Louisiana, a throwback to the violence-studded days of 19th ... verbatim report from the New Orleans Item (1954)

(We need your help! 
Let us know if you have updated information for this page!
Write us at
dreamwalkergroup@me.com)
 

Related Topics

Click any of the following links for more information on similar topics of interest in relation to this page.

Thomas Sancton
Is Listed As A Favorite Of
(Alphabetical Order
By First Name)

TO BE DETERMINED

Thomas's Favorite
Authors/Books
(Alphabetical Order
By First Name)
[As of x]

TO BE DETERMINED

DREAMWaker Group is not incorporated as a non-profit organization.
Your donations help defray the cost of running this site but are not tax-deductible
as charitable expenses
.  See your tax consultant for more information.

Site Design and
Copyright 2002-13 by
DREAMWalker Group
Email Us

Proprietor - Michael Walker  

Editorial - Catherine Groves  Michael Walker 

Layout & Design Michael Walker