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Publisher: Diogenes Verlag AG; Revidierte Übersetzung. edition
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Commissarie Maigret, Simenon's inimitable detective in a large number of books, is in Vichy with his wife, 'taking the waters', for health reasons.
Eine Kur? Ein paar Glas Wasser am Tag. Commissarie Maigret, Simenon's inimitable detective in a large number of books, is in Vichy with his wife, 'taking the waters', for health reasons. Their rest and recuperation is, however, cut short, when one of the guests is murdered.
Jules Amedée François Maigret, simply Jules Maigret or Maigret to most people, is a fictional .
Jules Amedée François Maigret, simply Jules Maigret or Maigret to most people, is a fictional Frenchpolice detective, actually.
Maigret in Court (Inspect. has been added to your Cart. Simenon was unequaled at making us look inside, though the ability was masked by his brilliance at absorbing us obsessively in his stories. These Maigret books are as timeless as Paris itself. Maigret ranks with Holmes and Poirot in the pantheon of fictional detective immortals. I love reading Simenon.
Eugène arrived first, just before eleven o’clock. Although it was not yet spring, his clothes reflected the sunny weather. s rippled beneath the fabric. His hat was the same shade of grey, and his shoes of fine buckskin. And when he pushed open the glass door of the Police Judiciaire, a gentle fragrance wafted into the corridor. This was not the first time he had set foot inside Quai des Orfèvres.
Categories: Maigret in Kur, 1 Audio-CD : Inszenierte Lesung. By (author) Georges Simenon, Read by Friedhelm Ptok, Read by Christian Berkel.
In Maigret Se Défend,Inspector Maigret is accused for the first time since the start of his career. The charge against him was of compromising a young girl by getting her drunk in a bar, taking her back to his hotel room, undressing her, but ultimately not doing anything, or being ‘unable’ to. Maigret is then advised to resign and is forbidden to conduct any interviews. However, understanding that someone is out to get him, Maigret decides to take on the case to prove the world that he is innocent.
In book forty-two Maigret's impromptu visit to an old college friend draws him into a murky investigation in a small provincial town ruled by snobbery, fear and intimidation. It is the same everywhere. Rarely, however, had Maigret had such a strong sense of a clique. In a small town like this, of course there are the worthies, who are few and who inevitably meet each other several times a day, even if it is only in the street. Then there are the others, like those who stood huddled on the sidelines looking disgruntled