Maigret Takes A Room And Sunday By Georges Simenon

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When a man is killed outside a Parisian boarding house, Maigret moves in to get to the bottom of it. The thirty-seventh book in the new Penguin Maigret series. While keeping watch outside Mademoiselle Clément’s boarding house to await a suspect in a local bar robbery, a man named Janvier is shot in the chest. When Maigret, whose wife is away caring for her sister in Alsace, hears of the crime, he moves into the boarding house to solve the case. But the web quickly grows ever-more tangled, and Maigret must navigate generations-long secrets and a torrid affair to find his answers before it’s too late

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Bound in grey cloth with gilt titling on green panels on the spine. Some foxing to the edges and a little tanning. Unclipped dustjacket has an approximately 2cm² missing piece at the top spine area. Top edge tinted in grey. In overall good condition. Hardcover. Published by the Companion Book Club 1962

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Weight 0.276 kg