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The Day Christopher’s Self-Respect Died


When David Gest split from Liza and launched a multi-million dollar suit on grounds of physical abuse, Jon Stewart observed, “There is no conceivable amount of money worth telling the world that you were beaten up by Liza Minnelli.”

I feel rather the same way about Christopher Andersen. One assumes that, as the author of The Day Diana Died and the somewhat less successful sequel The Day John Died, Mr. Andersen makes a pretty nice living. However, there is no conceivable amount of money that could persuade me to put my name to a book called Sweet Caroline: Last Child Of Camelot


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