The most remarkable people you’ve never heard of

‘Most of us are intrigued by the question “Whatever happened to…?”
Donough O’Brien has hit on another splendid idea: ”Whoever was . . .?” listing and describing scores and scores of extraordinary people who played an important but hidden task in the story of our times, but whom we probably never heard of in the first place. Definitely a book to dip into from time to time for an hour or more’s remarkable details.’
FREDERICK FORSYTH in his foreword


Readers will discover:

Who was John Kennedy’s first dangerous lover?
Who made rock music possible?
Who created the ‘Green Revolution’?
Who was Simon Cowell’s mentor?
Who stopped Catholic priests marrying?
Who invented the ‘hole in the wall’ ATM?
Whose hand does the French Foreign Legion salute?
Who inspired the Red Cross?
Who built the first bra?
Whose driving error started World War I?
Whose ‘devil’s paintbrush’ killed millions?
Which doctors finished off Elvis and Michael Jackson?
Who first broke the sound barrier?
Whose blood cells are ’immortal’?

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