Maigret in Exile

By: Simenon, Georges

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Black cloth with silver lettering, 162 pp. Spine slightly cocked, corners bumped, slight edge wear and rubbing. Jacket in new Brodart, slight edge wear and rubbing. An attractive copy. ; Translated by Eileen Ellenbogen. ; Maigret; 7 ¾" X 9 ¾"; 162 pages;

"Maigret has fallen into disfavor with his Paris superiors and been spitefully shunted to a district supervisor's job in the provinces on the northern French coast. Here, among mussel-gathers and lobstermen, he suffers depression and boredom. He is an outsider; even the local police inspector is dull and predictable, as everything in the coastal villages appears to be. But then murder brings the spice of death to Maigret's life.
"This is an unusual Maigret, in an unusual setting. It was written in Nieul-sur-Mer - where Simenon spent part of the war years, an exile himself- and belongs to the high-watermark years of his productivity."

Title: Maigret in Exile

Author Name: Simenon, Georges

Categories: Georges Simenon,

Edition: 1st American Edition

Publisher: New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich: 1979

ISBN Number: 0151551472

ISBN Number 13: 9780151551477

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good dust jacket

Seller ID: 8882

Keywords: Mystery Fiction Murder Mystery Jules Maigret Fictitious Character) Paris France Continental European Fictional Works Detective Stories Police Procedural