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Georges Simenon

Georges Simenon

·3.72·69,627 Ratings
“ Seek knowledge from cradle to the grave. ” ― Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him)
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  • Maigret and the Loner (Maigret, #73)

    ·3.76·121 Ratings
    An anonymour telephone call provides a clue to the murder of two vagrants. Maigret investigates.
  • The Strangers in the House

    ·3.76·630 Ratings
    Dirty, drunk, unloved, and unloving, Hector Loursat has been a bitter recluse for eighteen long years—ever since his wife abandoned him and their newborn child to run off with another man. Once a successful lawyer, Loursat now guzzles burgundy and burie
  • Maigret and the Killer

    ·3.82·437 Ratings
    Maigret, accompanying his physician on an emergency call, is drawn into one of his most stubborn cases yet. The victim, a son of a wealthy perfume manufacturer, had been enjoying an odd hobby before his death: collecting human voices with a tape recorder,
  • Dirty Snow

    ·3.94·1,639 Ratings
    Nineteen-year-old Frank Friedmaier lives in a country under occupation. Most people struggle to get by; Frank takes it easy in his mother's whorehouse, which caters to members of the occupying forces. But Frank is restless. He is a pimp, a thug, a petty t
  • Maigret à New York (Maigret, #27)

    ·3.55·259 Ratings
    Paisiblement retirA(c) A Meung-sur-Loire, le commissaire Maigret se laisse convaincre par un tout jeune homme, Jean Maura, de l'accompagner A New York. Maura s'inquiA]te pour son pA]re, un homme d'affaires d'origine franAaise, qui semble en proie A de gra
  • The Engagement

    ·3.76·461 Ratings
    On the outskirts of Paris, a prostitute is found murdered in a vacant lot. In a seedy apartment house nearby lives pasty, fat Mr. Hire. Mr. Hire, who earns his living through a petty postal scam, is a convicted pornographer, a peeping Tom, and, once a wee
  • The Cat

    ·3.72·352 Ratings
    Il avait lâché le journal, qui s’était d’abord déployé sur ses genoux puis qui avait glissé lentement avant d’atterrir sur le parquet ciré. On aurait cru qu’il venait de s’endormir si, de temps en temps, une mince fente ne s’était dess
  • Maigret and the Saturday Caller

    ·3.71·218 Ratings
    Léonard Planchon, a tense man with a cleft lip, goes to Maigret with an unusual problem. He wants to kill his wife, or perhaps his wife and her lover, who for two years now have been making him sleep on a cot in the dining room. He has even worked out a
  • Maigret and the Headless Corpse

    ·3.79·326 Ratings
    Snared in the propeller of a barge was a man’s arm—drained white, and limp as a dead fish from prolonged immersion in the murky canal. It was a singularly challenging case for Chief Inspector Maigret, as piece by gruesome piece the corpse of a man was
  • Maigret Loses His Temper (Maigret, #61)

    ·3.82·343 Ratings
    Inspector Maigret, after ruling out the possibility of professional murder and having his spotless reputation called into question, solves the perplexing murder of a nightclub owner who at first glance seems to have no enemies. Translated by Robert Eglesf
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