Tragedy of Errors – the story of Grace Murray, the woman whom John Wesley loved and lost

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Author G M Best

Pages 246

The first ever biography of this truly remarkable woman.

The story of John Wesley’s love affair with Grace Murray and the role that Charles Wesley played in preventing their marriage has long fascinated historians.

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Author G M Best

Pages 246

The first ever biography of this truly remarkable woman.

The story of John Wesley’s love affair with Grace Murray and the role that Charles Wesley played in preventing their marriage has long fascinated historians. Most have tended to view John as the victim and been hugely critical of the behaviour and actions of the others involved. This book shows that this is unfair and sets out what happened between John and Grave within the context of her entire life.

What emerges in Gary Best’s study of Grace Murray is a picture of a remarkable woman – a pioneer female class leader and preacher within the early Methodist movement. It shows how throughout her life Grace had to come to terms not only with the doubts and fears that can beset Christians at times, but also with the prejudices of her day.