Insp Maigret The Madman Of Bergerac Georges Simenon



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The father of contemporary European detective fiction Ann Cleeves He recalled his travelling companions agitated sleep – was it really sleep? – his sighs, and his sobbing. Then the two dangling legs, the patent-leather shoes and hand-knitted socks . . . An insipid face. Glazed eyes. And Maigret was not surprised to see a grey beard eating into his cheeks. A distressed passenger leaps off a night train and vanishes into the woods. Maigret, on his way to a well-earned break in the Dordogne, is soon plunged into the pursuit of a madman, hiding amongst the seemingly respectable citizens of Bergerac. Penguin is publishing the entire series of Maigret novels in new translations. Compelling, remorseless, brilliant John Gray A supreme writer . . . unforgettable vividness Independent

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