Fifty Shades of Lloyd’s - Former insurance broker’s debut novel

AN interesting piece of literature arrived on The Capitalist’s desk yesterday morning. A self-published novel from former Lloyd’s broker Victoria Neville.

Thursday Nights, Monday Mornings promises tales from the “shambolic playground of the London insurance market”. Delving into the pages to see protagonists with names such as Sarah “Shagger” Smith it appears to be an apt description.

Neville, who worked as a Lloyd’s broker for 21 years, told The Capitalist: “Most of the directors at my firm have bought a copy and I’ve had loads of underwriters asking for it.”

Apparently the author is most frequently grilled by colleagues – who knew she was writing the racy tome – over the true identity of Tony the Philanderer, with several insurance chaps keen to claim the title.

The book is available for Kindles on Amazon priced at £2.09.

■ AN interesting piece of literature arrived on The Capitalist’s desk yesterday morning. A self-published novel from former Lloyd’s broker Victoria Neville.

Thursday Nights, Monday Mornings promises tales from the “shambolic playground of the London insurance market”. Delving into the pages to see protagonists with names such as Sarah “Shagger” Smith it appears to be an apt description.

Neville, who worked as a Lloyd’s broker for 21 years, told The Capitalist: “Most of the directors at my firm have bought a copy and I’ve had loads of underwriters asking for it.”

Apparently the author is most frequently grilled by colleagues – who knew she was writing the racy tome – over the true identity of Tony the Philanderer, with several insurance chaps keen to claim the title.

The book is available for Kindles on Amazon priced at £2.09.