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By: Georges Perez

Frenchy

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In Frenchy, the author takes us on a journey through a life that defies convention. From drug dealing in the Netherlands to mercenary work in the Balkans, nothing was off-limits in the pursuit of money in a world where love and hate are delicately balanced on the currency of life. But what motivates someone to engage in a battle that is not solely driven by profit? This is the question at the heart of this enthralling trilogy, inspired by true events. Frenchy is the first volume, chronicling the story of a man who fought for both the women he loved and those who recruited him. It is the tale of an extraordinary destiny that will take you from the heights of passion to the depths of conflict, as he risks everything in the face of uncertain odds. Will he lose everything, or will he emerge victorious? Join him on this captivating journey of self-discovery, as he grapples with the complexities of love, war, and the human spirit.

Born in 1960, Georges Perez now enjoys a peaceful retirement, far from the unusual existence he lived and from which he draws his stories. As a former French Marine Commando, he left the mother land and went abroad into exile for decades. There, he got lost in the twists and turns of delinquency before clandestinely joining the international scene, sometimes under fire on the frontline, sometimes at the service of a government, from Sarajevo to Tirana or from Beirut to Kabul, to finally return to France and devote himself to writing in order to reveal everything to you.

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