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Hedge Fund - Volume 1 - Money Men


Frank Carvale is arrogant, ambitious, and willing to do anything it takes to get ahead. He's clever, too, but maybe not as clever as he thinks. A chance meeting with a magnate in Hong Kong could either be the big break he needs—or the biggest mistake of his life. A financial thriller set at the heart of the international economic crisis.
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Frank Carvale is arrogant, ambitious, and willing to do anything it takes to get ahead. He's clever, too, but maybe not as clever as he thinks. A chance meeting with a magnate in Hong Kong could either be the big break he needs—or the biggest mistake of his life. A financial thriller set at the heart of the international economic crisis.

Biographie de Philippe Sabbah

Tristan Roulot is a French journalist and scriptwriter, born in Rennes in 1975. After obtaining a Master's degree in law, he left the judicial sector to devote himself to comics. He started his scriptwriting career with the humorous series "Goblin's" (Soleil), illustrated by Corentin Martinage, which has become a great commercial success, with more than 200,000 copies sold. In Canada he met Patrick Hénaff, with whom he created "Le Testament du Capitaine Crown" (Soleil), a dark and violent two-part thriller. The pair later joined with Philippe Sabbah for "Hedge Fund" (Le Lombard), a financial drama at five volumes and counting. Roulot has gone on to create "Irons" (Le Lombard, with Luc Brahy), set in Canada, as well as "Arale" (Dargaud, with Denis Rodier), which reimagines a Russia that never was, blending fact and dark fantasy into a spellbinding fable on the price of power. Both titles are available through Europe Comics.

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