Larry B. Max is an unusual specialist from a little-known branch of the I.R.S. (Internal Revenue Service), the all-powerful tax-collecting agency of the United States, which has every technological method at his disposal to link high finance and high crime. Max unravels the financial and logistical organisations which supports a huge drugs operation between Mexico and the US. In the process, though, the lines between legality and providing jobs for thousands of people, between prosperity and morals become blurred. This two-volume book includes "Narcocracy".
Stephen Desberg, an American living in Belgium, started writing short stories for the newspaper Tintin in 1976. In 1978, he became a professional scriptwriter. Bernard Vrancken began publishing a great historical epic from the age of 16 in the Tintin newspaper.