Red-Hot Wrath: Largo Winch

Overview

A decades-old vengeance against Winch is about to bear fruit.

Largo is stuck on a boat with Silky. But this isn’t the end of a James Bond story: the vessel’s a container ship that belongs to Winch’s enemy, a Georgian arms dealer who seems to be behind all the billionaire’s current problems. And the crew are armed and trigger-happy… Not entirely surprising, since this time the plot is not just about money – it’s also very personal! Poor Largo; ...

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Overview

A decades-old vengeance against Winch is about to bear fruit.

Largo is stuck on a boat with Silky. But this isn’t the end of a James Bond story: the vessel’s a container ship that belongs to Winch’s enemy, a Georgian arms dealer who seems to be behind all the billionaire’s current problems. And the crew are armed and trigger-happy… Not entirely surprising, since this time the plot is not just about money – it’s also very personal! Poor Largo; things were so much simpler before he stopped being an orphan…

The 14th adventure of the reluctant tycoon! Largo Winch is a rare breed of man: a multi-billionaire who distrusts money. Being rich does have advantages, but it also brings headaches, troubles, conspiracies, murder attempts and other despicable behaviour in competitors and underlings. Largo has to stay on top of it all…

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781849181952
  • Publisher: CineBook
  • Publication date: 8/7/2014
  • Edition description: Volume 14
  • Pages: 48
  • Sales rank: 1,276,470
  • Product dimensions: 7.28 (w) x 10.27 (h) x 0.14 (d)

Meet the Author

Jean Van Hamme is one of the best-known European comic book scriptwriters. His most popular series include “Thorgal” and “XIII” (both in English from Cinebook). In 2005, he was appointed “Officier des Arts et des Lettres” by the French Minister of Culture. Philippe Francq worked at the Hergé Studios with Bob de Moor. He then collaborated with de Groot and Delvaux before meeting Van Hamme and working on “Largo Winch.”
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