內容簡介 Alexis Mantheakis, for several years a close friend and spokesman of Athina Onassis' family, takes the reader into the private world of the heiress. The reader will accompany the author and Athina to Scorpios, her private island, learn about a mystery woman and the bitter divorce action Athina has brought to end her 11 year marriage to Olympian show jumper Doda de Miranda Neto. You will also read about the father daughter feud and what really went on and meet her Brazilian husband. Eccentric admirers, court cases, a controversial Brazilian wedding, the Onassis Triangle Curse, the secret of a 12 year-old kidnapped Onassis girl, a hilarious incident with Aristotle Onassis in London's Claridge's Hotel bar, his pranks with a Russian prince who later rose to prominence in the Soviet Politburo, Doda's companion Cibele Dorsa's accusatory suicide letter, the writer's role in the battle for the Onassis billions and Athina's birthright: it is all here for the first time, and much more.
作者介紹 Alexis Mantheakis is a widely translated writer who has been featured on CNN, NBC, Al Jazeera, USA Today, Playboy, the Guardian, Associated Press, AFP, Le Point, L'Illustre, the East African Standard Sunday Magazine, Madison, the History Channel and other news and press outlets across the world. A Tanzanian-born British and Stanford-educated Greek political analyst and writer he has had articles published in Vanity Fair, Esquire and in many other international magazines and newspapers. He is the former press spokesman, adviser and inner family circle member of the Onassis family. Former head of a Greek parliamentary party press office and spokesman for the party. He lives in Athens with his wife Dimitra Mantheakis, an archaeologist and best-selling Greek author of women's historical novels. Alexis Mantheakis and his wife are co-founders of the International Parthenon Sculptures Action Committee Inc (NZ) that has 210,000 members worldwide through its social media groups and was invited to the Oxford Union to be the introductory speaker on the colonial artefacts issue debate in November of 2016. His novel "SONGHOR - An African saga", based on a true story is a rags-to-riches 100 year story of three generations of a glamorous family in German, and later British colonial east Africa. He maintains a close friendship with Athina Onassis until today.