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The Man Under the Elm

Gerry Wycherley

Daniel Wycherley was a powerful, devious figure whose progress had been checked by the Civil War. His eldest son, William, was destined for other things, but at seventeen, he was set for many adventures.

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ISBN : 978-1-84897-770-9
Published : 11/05/2017
Pages : 246
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Gerry Wycherley

Wycherley was born in Shropshire and moved to Wolverhampton early in the war. He was educated at Cardiff University in the 1950s and became a teacher.

He worked as a teacher until the '70s although didn't feel he fitted comfortably in the role. Retiring from teaching, he decided to try his hand at writing, with minimal success. His first attempts were dismissed as too long and complicated.

It was about this time that he developed an interest in genealogy and discovered the fascinating story of William Wycherley. Yet again, his first attempts were dismissed as too long. The Man Under the Elm is the result. He hopes more will follow.

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Daniel Wycherley was a powerful, devious figure whose progress had been checked by the Civil War. His eldest son, William, was destined for other things, but at seventeen, he was set for many adventures.

He met and fell in love with the daughter of his avowed rival, whilst also being embroiled with his tragic cousin. As a result, he was packed off to France where he fell under the influence of two powerful women, the Marquise de Montausier and her sister, Angelique. Together, they introduce him into the society that was to shape his life.

Yet, he was not without his enemies. Disillusioned, he returned to England; an England of Charles II; but what did he find?

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