I decided to go with some non-fiction: the recently published Empty Mansions – The Mysterious Life of Huguette Clark and the Spending of a Great American Fortune.
Prior to writing Empty Mansions, Bill Dedman wrote a series of narratives for NBC which appeared on its news website. It became the website’s most popular feature with over 110 million page views. In 1989, Dedman received the Pulitzer Prize in investigative reporting while writing for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Paul Clark Newell, Jr. is a cousin of Huguette Clark and, in contributing to this book, provided twenty-years of family history research and shared his many personal conversations with Huguette.
(This info is adapted from the inside book flap.)
Anyone want to read along with me?