Bill Dedman

Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter

Guest

Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and co-author of Empty Mansions: The Mysterious Life of Huguette Clark and the Spending of a Great American Fortune

Bill Dedman on KCRW

We recorded a story in September about extraordinary wealth that's led to a courtroom fight over one of America's great, but often forgotten, fortunes.

The Storied Life (and $300 Million) of Heiress Huguette Clark

We recorded a story in September about extraordinary wealth that's led to a courtroom fight over one of America's great, but often forgotten, fortunes.

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We recorded a story in September about extraordinary wealth that's led to a courtroom fight over one of America's great, but often forgotten, fortunes.

The Storied Life (and $300 Million) of Heiress Huguette Clark

We recorded a story in September about extraordinary wealth that's led to a courtroom fight over one of America's great, but often forgotten, fortunes.

from To the Point

There's a new book called  Empty Mansions , but the title is just the beginning of a story about extraordinary wealth that's led to a courtroom fight over one of America's great, but…

The Storied Life (and $300 million) of Heiress Huguette Clark

There's a new book called Empty Mansions , but the title is just the beginning of a story about extraordinary wealth that's led to a courtroom fight over one of America's great, but…

from To the Point

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