Docteur Fleury has been a medical practioner for the last 25 years, in various capacities- running his private Family medicine and hypnotherapy practice, as well as a medicine lecturer at Tours University (France), and worked as associate producer on national French radio and TV, for which he travelled regularly to the USA and Europe for 13 years.
The Faith Link (2016) is his third book.
He is also an associate Member of the Orleans Academy for Sciences, Literature and Arts
Christian life has been at the center of Fleury's life since 1986, serving as a pastor, church founder and elder.
Max Fleury lives in Orleans, France with his lovely wife Valerie. They have four children living in New-York City, Edinburgh (Scotland) and Paris.
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