Seeking the Truth Behind a Royal Death
Author explores new theory on the death of Princess Diana
SEATTLE, Wash. – The untimely death of Princess Diana remains a topic of fascination for many people. The events leading up to and taking place after her tragic passing still leave many with questions, curiosity and distrust.
One such inquisitive writer is Roman A. Clay, who after seeing Princess Diana’s image and story flashed across endless headlines felt compelled to dig deeper and uncover the truth. After tireless research and applying his professional knowledge he has come to a new conclusion as to what ultimately should be marked as a murder.
Clay shares his knowledge through new novel, “Death of the Queen of Hearts.” The story follows young Prince James as he is receives a mysterious letter on his 21st birthday. A letter that could only have come from his mother, Princess Christina, who had died four years prior to that day. This initial artifact leads him to a series of clues, neglected witnesses and shocking facts about what really happened to his mother.
Not content to simply share straightforward play-by-play of the events, Clay felt it was more useful for people to envision what happened to Princess Diana in story form. He changed many names and locations, but adds subtle clues along the way for those knowledgeable on royal family history to be able to point back to his true meaning.
“The more I looked into the story of Princess Diana, the more I felt like I was reading a Dan Brown novel,” Clay said. “I thought his story style was the most appropriate way to deliver the truth behind what happened.”
“Death of the Queen of Hearts” shares the dark side of celebrity, the malevolent nature of conspiracy and the heart-wrenching impact of tragedy wrapped in a blanket of mystery.
For more information, please visit http://www.deathofthequeenofhearts.com“Death of the Queen of Hearts” By: Roman A. Clay SC-ISBN: 978-1-4808-2313-6 SC-Retail price: $15.99 Available at barnesandnoble.com, amazon.com and ArchwayPublishing.com
About the author Roman A. Clay is a health administrator with experience in the film industry. He wrote “Death of the Queen of Hearts” as a screenplay and transitioned it into a novel to help share his discoveries about how Princess Diana passed away **FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE** EDITORS: For review copies or interview requests, contact: Spencer Hotz | 317.602.7137| email@example.com (When requesting a review copy, please provide street address.)
On Labor Day Sunday in 1997, like many others, I was shocked upon awakening to hear that Princess Diana had been killed in an automobile crash in Paris. Though I wasn’t yet a Diana fanatic, I was stunned and saddened. Because I work in the health care field, I researched what had happened that night in the Alma tunnel and I was disturbed and skeptical about the medical treatment Princess Diana received. I decided to write a book on my findings but in order to make it a compelling read I would write a fictional retelling and change all the names. Thus, “Death of the Queen of Hearts” was born.