The father of contemporary European detective fiction Ann Cleeves People whove been here a long time have been talking about him. This morning, when I was having my coffee and croissants, it was all they were talking about. The old folks, even the middle-aged people, remember him and cant understand how he could have become a tramp. Apparently he was a good-looking man, tall and strong, who had a good profession and made a very decent living. And yet he vanished overnight without saying a word to anyone. The death of a homeless man in a condemned building in Les Halles leads Maigret on the trail of the vagrants mysterious past, and an event that happened years ago in the close-knit community of Montmartre. His artistry is supreme John Banville One of the greatest writers of the twentieth century Guardian

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07/11/2019