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By: Patrice Gilles

The Trap

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In The Trap, prepare yourself for a high-stakes thriller that spans continents and cultures, unravelling over eight tension-filled years. Primarily set in Thailand, the narrative also takes you through Russia, the United States, and North Korea, offering a penetrating look into the dark corridors of statecraft, media manipulation, and international intrigue.

Caught in a web of global machinations are an American man, his Russian wife, and their dual-nationality son. Their international background, once a symbol of unity, quickly becomes a liability as they are unwittingly pulled into a geopolitical crisis that threatens to consume them.

As the complex drama unfolds, relationships are strained, convictions are tested, and love itself comes under scrutiny. Amidst the grim backdrop of corruption, crime, and power plays, the family’s hope for a return to normalcy becomes both their driving force and their ultimate question: Do they possess the resilience, strength, and faith to escape what increasingly appears to be an inescapable trap?

Patrice Gilles was born in 1953 in Cameroon. He is a former manager of a multinational insurance brokerage company, a professional sector where he spent thirty-four years of his life. He now divides his time between Thailand and Italy and his active retirement between writing and growing olives, as well as producing organic oil on his farm in Sabina, about forty kilometres from Rome.

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