A consummate writer and intimate of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Diana Mosley was a frequent guest at their parties in Paris or at 'the Moulin' in Orsay, where they were neighbours. Written in her inimitable style - archly intelligent, witty and perceptive - Diana Mosley paints a remarkable portrait of her friend that is both extremely life-like and realistic with regards to her flaws. What was it that utterly captivated the heir to the throne and made him renounce it so that he might never be parted from her? It is this question which Diana Mosley seeks to answer and which she is perhaps better qualified to answer than anyone else, given her love of her husband Sir Oswald Mosley, Leader of the British Fascists.
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Diana Mosley was the one but oldest of Mitford sisters. She wrote best-selling autobiography A Life of Contrasts and The Pursuit of Laughter. Her life has been the subject of three biographies. She first married Bryan Guinness and next Oswald Mosley, with both of whom she had two sons. She was a longstanding friend and neighbour of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.Review:
'Irresistible. One controversial expatriate on another' Philip Mansel 'Diana Mosley writes with wit and intelligence and intimate knowledge of her subject.' Philip Ziegler 'A vivid portrait by one who knew and understood the subject well.' Michael Bloch
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