Frederick Anthony Miles has always maintained that he was 'a miserable child', but oh, how things have changed!
Whatever misery - real or imagined - he suffered, he lost it by the age of eleven.
From then on he has been at the centre of a life packed with good humour and laughter.
Catholic priest, schoolmaster, private secretary to two cardinals of Westminster and then rector of a central London parish, the characters he has met along the way have been colourful and diverse, the experiences rich with humour - often unintentional! Monsignor Miles is a man of devout faith, great wisdom and intelligence - and an indefatigable sense of fun. Loved by everybody who knows him, his former Director of Music once said of him: "Everybody is a better person for knowing Frederick Miles." Now is your chance to become that better person as you digest some of the amusing and downright hilarious memoirs gathered together in this small tome by Mgr. Miles at the age of 80. Read it and smile!
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