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Dr Richard Berry was academically gifted and a cut above his peers in 17th century England. After graduating from Oxford with BA and MA degrees, he took a further degree in medicine and won a place at Padua University, the best centre of excellence in Europe for medical study where he was tutored by the renowned Portuguese Professor Rodrigo da Fonseca. Armed with his Diploma from Padua, he returned to England and established himself as a medical practitioner at Fleet Street in London. It was not, however, Berry’s abilities in the world of medicine that have earned the appellation ‘predator’, but rather his greedy passion for the acquisition of land and property. The Machiavellian methods he employed to acquire those assets is the subject of this book.
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