A new scheme of particle acceleration is verified by the investigation on single-body dynamics of charged particle in a compound field setup. This compound field setup contains a linear polarized laser field and a DC electric field which is along the direction of laser magnetic field. This setup can cause a charged particle to be of aperiodic motion and significantly high kinetic energy. Moreover, the contribution from the motion vertical to accelerating electric field is fully taken into account and is found to be essential to efficient acceleration. The efficiency of such a setup in acceleration is higher than that of a single laser.