Library Ed. Blackstone Audio 1998
CS ISBN $69.95 Ten cassettes
After finding herself characterized in the media as a victim of the Royal Family's indifference and Prince Charles's infidelity, Princess Diana petitioned Lady Colin Campbell to write the truth about her life. However, once Campbell's research began, the truth was not always favorable to Diana's image. Roe Kendall, the epitome of British elegance, is on the mark, with proper enunciation, delightful character interpretations, and an uncanny vocal similarity to Diana. Kendall manages to convert detailed and sensitive information into fascinating family history, revealing Diana's deepest secrets. At times, these border on vicious gossip. Kendall maintains her professionalism thoughout, and during steamy descriptions remains reserved, yet nonjudgmental. Kendall's aloof yet direct style presents listeners with a very different Diana! B.J.P. © AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: FEB/MAR 00]
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