Huge deal: the fortunes and follies of Hugh D. McIntosh
Starting as a humble pie delivery boy, Hugh D. McIntosh, otherwise known as Huge Deal, rose to amazing heights of wealth through investments in entertainment, boxing and theatre in Australia at the end of the 19th Century. But his extravagant lifestyle and lavish spending caught up with him and he died penniless. This is the scandalous story of his amazing rise and fall.
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