1969: Maigret and the Killer, by Georges Simenon

By (author)Georges Simenon


Maigret and the Killer is a crime fiction novel by Georges Simenon, first published in 1969. The book follows the story of Chief Inspector Maigret, who is tasked with investigating a series of murders in Paris. As he delves deeper into the case, Maigret finds himself drawn into a web of deceit and betrayal, and must use all his skills to uncover the truth behind the killings.

Simenon’s writing is known for its atmospheric descriptions of Paris, and Maigret and the Killer is no exception. The book captures the gritty, noirish feel of the city in the late 1960s, and is full of vivid characters and unexpected twists. Fans of classic crime fiction will enjoy this gripping tale of murder and intrigue, which is sure to keep them guessing until the very end.

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Maigret and the Killer, by Georges Simenon, published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York, 1969. Translated from French by Lyn Moir. 186 pages.

Stated First American Edition. Book Club Edition.

Beige hardcover volume with black lettering on spine. Book body as good as new. There is no writing or markings in the book. Deckled fore edges. Minor wear and rubbing on dust jacket.
Condition: Fine/very good.

Weight .32 kg
Dimensions 22 × 15 × 2 cm






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