For nearly twenty-five years, at Visa, there has been a king (JF Leroy) and his queen. In Perpignan, their Kingdom, there are no secrets for Sylvie Grumbach. She has walked its streets on two feet, one foot, even on crutches, and has seen people at their worst. She’s seen it all. With a single glance, she can comfort you or shoot you down.
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