Suppose Princess Diana, instead of divorcing her Prince Not-So-Charming, had taken an antique pistol and blown a large hole in him? That's the premise to this Harold Robbins novel, finished after his death by Junius Podrug. Unfortunately, it's poorly written and ends with a conclusion even more unlikely than the setup.
If you like Harold Robbins, then you'll enjoy this book. The Princess of Wales is the heroine, and her wedding is a world wide sensation. But after a few short months of marriage, she tries to commit suicide. The Princess' Fairy Tale turns into a horror story.