A Talk with Heather Mills McCartney

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Heather Mills McCartney

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After a childhood that even Dickens could not have conceived of, Heather Mills McCartney overcame huge odds to become first a model, then a leading anti-landmine advocate, then the wife of Paul McCartney. She talks with NPR's Scott Simon about the new edition of her autobiography, A Single Step.



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