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Simenon, Georges 1903-1989

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Maigret and the toy village by Georges Simenon( Book )
26 editions published between 1968 and 2011 in 5 languages and held by 1,219 libraries worldwide
Maigret just could not understand why anyone should murder an old man with a mania for keeping himself to himself and the enquiry was not made easier by Félicie the housekeeper to whom lying came as naturally as breathing
Maigret's rival by Georges Simenon( Book )
13 editions published between 1979 and 1988 in English and held by 1,103 libraries worldwide
Maigret and the madwoman by Georges Simenon( Book )
10 editions published between 1972 and 1979 in English and held by 1,101 libraries worldwide
An elderly woman who has repeatedly sought Chief Superintendent Maigret's help over an intruder in her apartment is mysteriously murdered
Maigret and the killer by Georges Simenon( Book )
44 editions published between 1965 and 2007 in 4 languages and held by 1,092 libraries worldwide
Kriminalroman hvori kriminalkommisær Maigrets jagt på en bestialsk morder bliver til en lang psykologisk duel med et ulykkeligt menneske
Maigret sets a trap by Georges Simenon( Book )
25 editions published between 1955 and 2004 in English and held by 1,091 libraries worldwide
A series of murders in Paris force Chief Inspector Maigret to set a trap at the risk of causing another crime
Maigret and the gangsters by Georges Simenon( Book )
13 editions published between 1952 and 1988 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,081 libraries worldwide
A body that vanishes after it's tossed from a speeding car arouses Maigret's suspicions that mobsters from America are in Paris. Beginning his careful investigation, the detective relentlessly questions a shady restaurateur but gets no solid leads to the imported criminals or their presumed victim. Maigret gradually realizes that friends from the FBI are working behind his back and pride insists that he compete with them to solve the case. Simenon gives a larky twist to his seriocomic police procedural, as riveting as his graver works
Maigret and the loner by Georges Simenon( Book )
38 editions published between 1971 and 2010 in 3 languages and held by 1,069 libraries worldwide
An anonymour telephone call provides a clue to the murder of two vagrants. Maigret investigates
Maigret bides his time by Georges Simenon( Book )
11 editions published between 1965 and 1993 in English and held by 1,061 libraries worldwide
The chief suspect in the murder of master jewel thief Manuel Palmari is Palmari's young mistress, but Inspector Maigret suspects others as well, including the mysterious and gross Monsieur Louis
Maigret and the millionaires by Georges Simenon( Book )
43 editions published between 1957 and 2005 in 3 languages and held by 1,056 libraries worldwide
The attempted suicide of Countess Paverini is reported to the Police Judicaire and a few hours later, multi-millionaire David Ward is found dead in his bath at the same hotel. Maigret investigates
Maigret and the man on the bench by Georges Simenon( Book )
10 editions published between 1953 and 2003 in English and held by 1,032 libraries worldwide
Maigret's revolver by Georges Simenon( Book )
25 editions published between 1952 and 2001 in 3 languages and held by 1,028 libraries worldwide
The macabre discovery of a corpse in a railway trunk leads the Inspector to the realization that his gun will be used as a vengeance weapon unless he can find his mysterious visitor. The chase sends Maigret across the channel to London to investigate one killing and prevent another
Maigret's war of nerves by Georges Simenon( Book )
12 editions published between 1940 and 1989 in English and held by 1,026 libraries worldwide
Maigret and the black sheep by Georges Simenon( Book )
18 editions published between 1962 and 2001 in English and held by 996 libraries worldwide
Maigret and the apparition by Georges Simenon( Book )
14 editions published between 1964 and 1992 in English and held by 993 libraries worldwide
Detective Maigret, escaping death and lying speechless in a hospital, still manages to solve the mystery
Maigret's boyhood friend by Georges Simenon( Book )
8 editions published between 1970 and 1990 in English and held by 948 libraries worldwide
Maigret on the Riviera by Georges Simenon( Book )
5 editions published between 1940 and 1989 in English and held by 937 libraries worldwide
The balmy, relaxing Cote d'Azur is not exactly conducive to investigating a murder, and Inspector Jules Maigret has trouble taking the murder of an inoffensive, middle-aged Australian seriously. A deft, psychologically fascinating story about men who kick over the traces--and of men who do not
Maigret and the headless corpse by Georges Simenon( Book )
24 editions published between 1955 and 1990 in 3 languages and held by 932 libraries worldwide
Maigret and the burglar's wife by Georges Simenon( Book )
27 editions published between 1953 and 1995 in English and French and held by 928 libraries worldwide
Monsieur Monde vanishes by Georges Simenon( Book )
63 editions published between 1944 and 2014 in 4 languages and held by 908 libraries worldwide
"Monsieur Monde is a successful middle-aged businessman in Paris. One morning he walks out on his life, leaving his wife asleep in bed, leaving everything. Not long after, he surfaces on the Riviera, keeping company with drunks, whores and pimps, with thieves and their marks. A whole new world, where he feels surprisingly at home?at least for a while. Georges Simenon knew how obsession, buried for years, can come to life, and about the wreckage it leaves behind. He had a remarkable understanding of how bizarrely unaccountable people can be. And he had an almost uncanny ability to capture the look and feel of a given place and time. Monsieur Monde Vanishes is a subtle and profoundly disturbing triumph by the most popular of the twentieth century's great writers"--Publisher's description
The Venice train by Georges Simenon( Book )
32 editions published between 1965 and 2011 in 3 languages and held by 900 libraries worldwide
Justin Calmar's wife, boss, and colleagues become his most dangerous enemies when he is forced to flea the scene of a murder he didn't commit
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Alternative Names

controlled identity Brulls, Christian, 1903-1989

Antibes, Germain d'.
Antibes, Germain d’, 1903-1989
Antibes, Germain d' 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Aramis, 1903-1989
Aramis 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Bobette, 1903-1989
Bobette 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Brulls, Christian
Brulls, Christian, 1903-1989
Brulls, Christian 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Brulls, Christian, pseud. de Georges Simenon
Brulls, Christisan.
Caraman, Georges
Caraman,Georges, 1903-1989
Caraman, Georges 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Charles, J.-K
Charles, J.-K., 1903-1989
Charles, J.-K. 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Christian, Joseph, 1903-1989
D’Antibes, Germain, 1903-1989
D’Isly, Georges, 1903-1989
D'Antibes, Germain.
D'Antibes, Germain, 1903-1989
D'Antibes, Germain 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Dersonne, Jacques.
Dersonne, Jacques, 1903-1989
Dersonne, Jacques 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Dersonne Jacques, pseud. de Georges Simenon
Dersonnes, jacques, 1903-1989
D'Isly, Georges.
D'Isly, Georges, 1903-1989
Dorsage, Jean.
Dorsage, Jean, 1903-1989
Dorsage, Jean 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Dorsan, Luc.
Dorsan, Luc, 1903-1989
Dorsan, Luc 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Dorsan, Luc, pseud. de Georges Simenon
Dorsange, jean, 1903-1989
Dorssage, Jean, 1903-1989
Dossage, Jean.
Dossage, Jean, 1903-1989
Dossage, Jean 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Du Peny, Jean, pseud. de Georges Simenon
Du Perry, Jean.
Du Perry, Jean, 1903-1989
Du Perry, Jean 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Georges, Georges, 1903-1989
Georges, Georges Martin.
Georges, Georges Martin, 1903-1989
Georges, Georges-Martin 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Georges, Georges-Martin, pseud. de Georges Simenon
Georges-Martin-Georges, 1903-1989
Germain d'Antibes
Germain d'Antibes 1903-1989
Gom Gut
Gom Gut, 1903-1989
Gom Gut 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Gut, Gom 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Isly, Georges d'.
Isly, Georges d’, 1903-1989
Isly, Georges d' 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Kim, 1903-1989
Kim 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Kosta, Victor.
Kosta, Victor, 1903-1989
Kosta, Victor 1903-1989 Pseudonym
La Deshabilleuse, 1903-1989
Martin-George, George
Martin-George, George, 1903-1989
Martin-Georges, Georges
Martin-Georges, Georges, 1903-1989
Monsieur Le Coq, 1903-1989
Perry, Jean Du.
Perry, Jean Du, 1903-1989
Perry, Jean du 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Pertius, Maurice, 1903-1989
Pertius, Maurice 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Pertuis, Maurice
Pertuis Maurice 1903-1989
Plick et Plock
Plick et Plock, 1903-1989
Plick et Plock 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Poum et Zette
Poum et Zette, 1903-1989
Poum et Zette 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Rome, Jacques 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Sandor, Jean.
Sandor, Jean, 1903-1989
Sandor, Jean 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Sim, G. 1903-1989
Sim, Georges.
Sim, Georges, 1903-1989
Sim, Georges 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Sim, Georges, pseud. de Georges Simenon
Simenon, ..., 1903-1989
Simenon, G.
Simenon, George 1903-1989
Simenon, Georges
Simenon, Georges Joseph
Simenon, Georges Joseph Chrétien, 1903-1989
Simenon, Georges Joseph Christian
Simenon, Georges Joseph Christian, 1903-1989
Simenon, Georges Joseph Christian 1903-1989 Wirklicher Name
Simenon, G'orz' 1903-1989
Simenon, Ž. 1903-1989
Simenon, Zh., 1903-1989
Simenon, Zh. (Zhorzh,), 1903-1989
Simenon, Zhorzh.
Simenon, Zhorzh, 1903-1989
Simenon, Žorž.
Simenon, Žorž, 1903-1989
Simenons, Žoržs, 1903-1989
Simeon, ... 1903-1989
Sīmūnūn, Ǧūrǧ, 1903-1989
Vaillis, Gaston, 1903-1989
Vaillis, Gaston 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Vialis, Gaston.
Vialis, Gaston, 1903-1989
Vialis, Gaston 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Vialis, Gaston, pseud. de Georges Simenon
Viallis, Gaston
Viallis Gaston 1903-1989
Viallis, Gaston 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Violis, G.
Violis, G., 1903-1989
Violis, G. 1903-1989 Pseudonym
Сименон, Ж. (Жорж), 1903-1989
Сименон, Жорж, 1903-1989
Сименон, Жорж Жозэ Кристиан, 1903-1989
جورج سيمونون، 1903-1989
シムノン, ジョルジュ
西姆農,, (比利時), 1903-1989
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