Henri Pichon is in a coma after a chance accident. His boss’s son-in-law, Pierre-Gabriel, takes over for him in the IT department of a major French bank, where he makes a very interesting discovery: for the past twenty years, Henri’s been running a program that has been quietly transferring a fortune to hidden accounts, cent by cent. Now Pierre-Gabriel will do anything to find the accounts and claim the money for himself.
Tash, Pierre-Gabriel’s wife, is devastated upon learning of Henri’s accident—she has never forgotten their love affair fifteen years ago, and even though she is married, for her Henri has always been the one who got away.
If Henri recovers, he’ll find a dangerous game awaiting him—and he’ll have to play it well if he wants to keep the money and win back the woman he loves.
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About the Author
Christophe Paul was born in Paris and spent much of his childhood in Madrid. He made his debut as a writer at the Lycée Français. In 1982, Paul completed a master’s degree in IT computing in Paris, where he created his own software company. Paul is married to the Spanish painter and artist Zinnia Clavo. They divide their time between Madrid, Paris, and Marbella.