9780141393520

The Dancer at the Gai-Moulin

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  • ISBN13:

    9780141393520

  • ISBN10:

    0141393521

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2/24/2015
  • Publisher: Penguin Books

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Summary

The Penguin relaunch of Georges Simenon’s incomparable books continues with four new Inspector Maigret novels

A vast emptiness. The room, in the darkness, seemed big as a cathedral. Warm currents of air still drifted from the radiators.
Delfosse struck a match. They paused for a moment to take a breath and get their bearings. And suddenly the match dropped. A piercing shriek came from Delfosse . . . Chabot saw something too.


Maigret observes from a distance as two boys are accused of killing a rich foreigner in Liège. Their loyalty, which binds them together through their adventures in the seedier side of the city, is put to the test as seemingly irrelevant social differences threaten their friendship. 

Author Biography

GEORGES SIMENON (1903–1989) was born in Liège, Belgium. Best known in Britain as the author of the Maigret books, he is a household name in continental Europe with a prolific output of more than four hundred novels and short stories.

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