An administrator working at a financial planning firm in Oxford has published his first novel, a love story set during the Napoleonic wars.
Christopher Miles, new business administrator at Critchleys firm of accountants and financial planners, has written ‘Dog Soldier', a tale of romance and loyalty during the eighteenth century.
Dog Soldier is the first of a three book deal with publisher Feeder Read, a joint venture between the Arts Council, Orion and Random House.
Jason McGuigan, director of Critchleys Financial Planning, says: "We are all very excited by Chris' success at Critchleys; he is well respected and held in high regard by the firm as well as our client base.
"We wish him all the successes he deserves for Dog Solider and the next two books in the trilogy."
The ISBN number for Dog Solider is 9781781763971 and is available online from and no the high street. It is also in e-reader formats.
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