Books by Georges Simenon
Maigret is visited by a village school acquaintance he had never liked. He tells the detective that he has been receiving letters threatening to kill him and, reluctant as Maigret is to get involved with the man, he decides to make enquiries.
Reviewed on 27 October 2018 by Arnold Taylor
Maigret receives a call from Inspector Neveu of the Troisième Arrondissement saying that a man has been stabbed to death on the Boulevard Saint-Martin, that the murder seems out of the ordinary and that he would be grateful for his help.
Reviewed on 20 January 2018 by Arnold Taylor
Janvier, one of Maigret’s inspectors, is shot and wounded whilst keeping watch on a boarding house as part of an investigation into a night club robbery. Madame Maigret is away visiting her sister in hospital and so Maigret takes a room there.
Reviewed on 14 April 2017 by Arnold Taylor
Nobody in Maigret’s office takes Cécile seriously when she insists that there is a frequent intruder in her flat. However, when Maigret decides to pay a call on her, just to be on the safe side, he finds that her aunt, with whom she lives, has been murdered.
Reviewed on 09 July 2016 by Arnold Taylor
Maigret is asked by an old friend to look into the case of a former pupil of his who has been arrested for murder in the fishing port of Fécamp after returning from three months at sea. He agrees and enters a dark and seemingly mysterious world
Reviewed on 08 May 2015 by Arnold Taylor
Jean Duclos, a French university professor, is on a lecture tour and has just given a talk at Delfzijl, a small town in Holland, when the owner of the house in which he is a guest is shot dead. Maigret is sent there in an unofficial capacity at the request of the university at which M. Duclos teaches.
Reviewed on 07 February 2015 by Arnold Taylor