Empty Mansions: Book Review

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Empty Mansions: Book Review

Huguette Clark was a fabulously wealthy daughter of Copper King, ex-State Senator, and Railroad Magnate W.A. Clark.

When she died at 104 years old, she owned three palatial mansions that were maintained as though she would return at any moment…but she had not lived in two of them for years, and never spent one night in the third.

Read more in this book review of “Empty Mansions: The Mysterious Life of Huguette Clark and the Spending of a Great American Fortune,” at The Things Of Life






Nancy Hardin is a highly experienced writer and author. A retired journalist, she is also a mother, grandmother and great-grandmother with a wealth of experience in many fields. In addition, she is a retiree veteran, having spent many years in the Women’s Army Corps. She is also an experienced ghostwriter and you can see more about her skills at the The Writers’Door. YOu can visit Nancy’s website here and discover more of her work at this site.




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  1. The book sounds fascinating, Nancy, or rather the lives it covers. After reading the articles I am more curious. It makes me wish I could understand why they were so withdrawn. Very intriguing!

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