by Tim Champlin
Publisher: Smashwords 2013
Number of pages: 191
Marcel Dupre, condemned to the penal colony at French Guiana, writes an expose of life in the Foreign Legion and in the penal colony. He finally escapes by sea and reaches the U.S. where he hopes to have his book published. Agents of the shaky French government will do anything to destroy him and his expose. A Wells Fargo messenger is dispatched to find and assist him.
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