Fewer people, however, know of the Howard Hughes of the
neon world of Las Vegas in the 1960's. Reclusive and a eccentric, Hughes spent his later years surrounded by Mormon aides who insulated him from outsiders.
This Collection of biographical anecdotes includes stories of the power players of the time – celebrities, famous actresses, and the Las Vegas Mafia – as well as of Hughes bevy of less well-known ladies.
Told by an insider who knew Hughes in that era, the stories reveal new aspects of an American icon, set against the background of 'Sin City' – the town he loved so much.