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The youngest daughter of William Andrews Clark, who founded Las Vegas, died in 2011. That daughter, Huguette Clark, left behind a massive fortune, two wills and a lifetime of mystery. Her distant relatives recently settled their challenge to the will, which left the bulk of her fortune to arts organizations and her employees. We'll talk to the man who wrote the book about Huguette Clark about the conflict and the unusual life of the reclusive heiress.

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Bill Dedman, author, Empty Mansions: The Mysterious Life of Huguette Clark and the Spending of a Great American Fortune

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