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 its disposal to investigate possible links between high finance and high crime. Max investigates two seemingly-unconnected murders. The former president of an Asian country, who was accused of embezzlement, is bumped off in France. Meanwhile, the right-hand man of a corrupt US mayor meets a grizzly end in the Californian desert. Max finds a strange message stating Silicia, 10 am, Ocean Drive and tries to figure out what it all means. Meanwhile, a mysterious young lady seems to be one step ahead of him and erasing one clue after the other.
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.
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