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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • 1 - The Other Side of the Medal 1
  • 2 - The Royal Author 7
  • 3 - The Grand Appearance 19
  • 4 - Voice of the Columnists 27
  • 5 - America Under Edward Viii, Called Landless 36
  • 6 - The Grand Tour 48
  • 7 - A Duchess is Born 61
  • 8 - A Prince Alive and Kicking 72
  • 9 - What Led Up to It All 82
  • 10 - The Hope of an Empire and Beyond 92
  • 11 - The First Round 102
  • 12 - The Royal Marriage Market 115
  • 13 - Lively Skeletons in the Closet 125
  • 14 - The King is Dead -- Long Live the King! 135
  • 15 - The Voyage of the Nahlin 150
  • 16 - Who Was Baldwin? 157
  • 17 - A Friend in Need 164
  • 18 - Love's Labor Lost 175
  • 19 - The Letter 186
  • 20 - The Great Decision 197
  • 21 - Mrs. Simpson, Meet Britannia 205
  • 22 - A Royal Exit 219
  • 23 - Master of Castle Enzesfeld 235
  • 24 - Marriage of the Century 242
  • 25 - Battle of the Bahamas 251
  • 26 - La Vie Parisienne 259
  • 27 - A King's Ransom 268
  • 28 - Gems and Gowns 282
  • 29 - Is She a Duchess? 297
  • 30 - The Firm of Windsor 307
  • Index 323
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