In the kingdom of the blind the one eyed is quickly put to death because he is different
London, England (PRWEB UK) 20 May 2013
Death by Dior tells the astonishing story of Françoise Dior. She was the niece of the famous French fashion designer Christian Dior. For the first time the record of her life is examined in detail. The book has been written by Terry Cooper, her English lover and long time intimate companion. He wrote the book out of his desire to put the record straight.
Death by Dior is a dark tale of life in an embittered world of high fashion. It includes Satanism, neo-Nazi intrigue, incest, homosexuality and murder. Cooper recounts the penury, police indictments, prison and sexual jealousy that eventually led to murder. In fact the murder of one member of the Dior family by another.
Cooper was an ordinary working class schoolboy from Dagenham. A near death experience changed his entire attitude towards life. He became a rebel against conformity. His personal motto was ‘In the kingdom of the blind, the one eyed is quickly put to death because he is different.’ He took work in London and a series of unforeseen events led him into contact with the British Nazi Party. This led in turn to a parallel world of millionaires and mystics.
He was one of the few heterosexuals available to support Françoise Dior after she had married Colin Jordan, the deputy head of the BNP. Eventually he rescued her from life in London and took her back to France. Terry's life with Françoise Dior then degenerated into a thin patina of French aristocratic elegance.
For the past 44 years Cooper has lived a clandestine life in France. His very British sang froid has enabled him to survive these recounted misadventures apparently unscathed. His own participation in this devilish tale is none too innocent.
Death by Dior, by Terry Cooper
Publisher: Dynasty Press Ltd
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