Guy McCrone

Guy McCrone (1898-1977) was born in Birkenhead. He was educated at Glasgow Academy, going on to read modern languages at Pembroke College, Cambridge, before studying singing in Vienna. Glasgow provided the inspiration for many of McCrone's novels, including Antimacassar City, The Philistines and The Puritans, which were published as Wax Fruit in 1947. McCrone retired to the Lake District in 1968, where he died at Windermere in May 1977.

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  1. The Wax Fruit Trilogy, Guy McCrone

    The Wax Fruit Trilogy

    Guy McCrone

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    The Wax Fruit Trilogy brings together Guy McCrone's three classic novels, Antimacassar City, The Philistines, and The Puritans, which chronicle the life and times of the Moorhouse family as they rise from the obscurity of an Ayrshire farm to the position of great prosperity in Victorian Glasgow.
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