Hobbs to publish novel ‘like Da Vinci Code’
Financial adviser Eddie Hobbs has said he wrote the book, which is set in 14th-century France and Ireland, during the lockdown before finding a publisher
Eddie Hobbs, the well-known author and financial adviser, has said he has secured a publishing deal for a novel that he has described as “like The Da Vinci code” but set in 14th-century France and Ireland.
Hobbs told the Business Post that he began writing the book during lockdown and that he has since been signed to a publisher.
He said that the book, The First Heresy, spans about 1,300 years of history...
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