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prince-harryPRINCE HARRY: BROTHER, SOLDIER, SON by Penny Junor

From renowned royal family biographer Penny Junor, comes this authoritative biography of Britain’s Prince Harry, who, believe it or not, recently celebrated his 30th birthday. Junor gives an insider view of the life of the man who is fourth in line for the throne — from the devastating loss of his mother, the late Princess Diana, to his ‘colourful’ teenage years and the notorious not-so-royal indiscretions (who can forget the naked frolics in Las Vegas and the infamous swastika stunt), to the fulfillment of his childhood dream of serving in the military by flying helicopters for the RAF in Afghanistan. It’s all here — including Junor’s take on the persistent rumors about Prince Harry’s true paternity.

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