Maigret and the Burglars Wife (Maigret, #38)

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  • Paperback
  • 176 pages
  • Maigret and the Burglars Wife (Maigret, #38)
  • Georges Simenon
  • English
  • 11 May 2018
  • 0156028409

About the Author: Georges Simenon

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Maigret and the Burglars Wife (Maigret, #38) While Committing What He Intends To Be His Last Burglary, Sad Freddie Discovers Something Completely Out Of His Line The Body Of A Dead Woman, Her Chest Covered In Blood, Holding A Telephone In Her Hand Inspector Maigret Is Called In To Solve The Crime, And After An Exhaustive Search, A Psychological Duel, A Marathon Interrogation, And Innumerable Glasses Of Pernod, Wine, Cold Beer, And Brandy A Sure Sign That This Is No Easy Case The Famous French Sleuth Triumphs.Maigret Is A Registered Trademark Of The Estate Of Georges Simenon

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10 thoughts on “Maigret and the Burglars Wife (Maigret, #38)

  1. Mark says:

    Simenon a brilliant Belgian writer, born in Liege which is a proverbial stone throw away from where I live in the South of the Netherlands , is probably best known for his series about Maigret the French policeman The pace in these books are never much higher than pedestrian, but they are full of characters that are fleshed out and recognizable The Maigret stories are in general very good drawings of situations that went wrong and needs a policeman to bring the truth to the light.Here the boo Simenon a brilliant Belgian writer, born in Liege which is a proverbial stone throw away from where I live in the South of the Netherlands , is probably best known for his series about Maigret the French policeman The pace in these books are never much higher than pedestrian, but they are full of characters that are fleshed out and recognizable The Maigret stories are in general very good drawings of situations that went wrong and needs a policeman to bring the truth to the l...

  2. Roman Clodia says:

    This is classic Maigret and though it s midway through the series, it s also perfectly fine as a place to start for those new to Simenon This new Penguin translation feels smooth and natural, and keeps some of the low key humour of the originals.Unlike many contemporary crime writers, Simenon doesn t believe in wasted words he keeps things short, sharp and abbreviated, ditching all extraneous words There are no he said she saids in the dialogues and Maigret doesn t let us into his own thoug This is classic Maigret and though it s midway through the series, it s also perfectly fine as a place to start for those new to Simenon This new Penguin translation feels smooth and natural, and keeps some of the low key humour of the originals.Unlike many contemporary crime writers, Simenon doesn t believe in wasted words he keeps things short, sharp and abbreviated, ditching all extraneous words There are no he said she saids i...

  3. Ivonne Rovira says:

    First published in English in 1955 with the better title of Inspector Maigret and the Burglar s Wife, Maigret and the Tall Woman was a book I simply couldn t put down, as clich as that sounds A former prostitute who had had a run in with Maigret some 17 years earlier has since married a safecracker, Alfred Sad Freddie Jussiaume Madame Jussiaume pops into Maigret s office to advise him that her husband had fled the scene of his impending crime on Tuesday night when he found a bloodi...

  4. Richard says:

    Previously Maigret and the Burglar s Wife A book I have read before and remember the faithful TV adaptation with Michael Gambon in the 90 s.Just over 3 years ago Penguin began reissuing all 75 of Georges Simenon s Inspector Maigret novels at a rate of one per month, commissioning new modern translation, returning...

  5. Michael Mills says:

    Full disclosure I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in return for an honest review.Oh Georges Simenon Your tight, witty prose is so cool I feelsocially desirable just reading one of your books It s a pity this is an ebook, otherwise my fellow commuters might ve caught a glimpse of the cover and secretly hoped I d be their friend Maigret and the Tall Woman is the 38th of the 76 novels Simenon wrote about his titular inspector, and as about a typical example of the series as you Full disclosure I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in return for an honest review.Oh Georges Simenon Your tight, witty prose is so cool I feelsocially desirable just reading one of your books It s a pity this is an ebook, otherwise my fellow commuters might ve caught a...

  6. Jayaprakash Satyamurthy says:

    This one just keeps building to a virtual white heat of tension.

  7. Felicia says:

    My first Maigret book Definitely enjoyable, although dear god does he drink a lot while working Anyway, I ll definitely read .

  8. Laura says:

    A woman from the detective s past reappears and asks him to help find her missing husband Available at BBC Radio 7.

  9. Jessica says:

    Highly enjoyable It was gratifying to arrive at the last page and see Shadow Rock Farm Lakeville, ConnecticutI lived in the small town of Lakeville for a number of years So marvelous that for a time the great Simenon lived and wrote there

  10. Erin Britton says:

    Ernestine Jussiaume, a lofty former prostitute who caused Maigret much embarrassment during an arrest many years ago, seeks his help following the disappearance of her husband The man in question is a particularly unlucky safecracker named Sad Freddie, who had gone out on one last big job at a house on Rue de la Ferme a couple of evenings before but, rather than returning empty handed and morose as was his normal practice, he had telephoned his wife in a panic and informed her that he had to Ernestine Jussiaume, a lofty former prostitute who caused Maigret much embarrassment during an arrest many years ago, seeks his help following the disappearance of her husband The man in question is a particularly unlucky safecracker named Sad Freddie, who had gone out on one last big job at a house on Rue de la Ferme a couple of evenings before but, rather than returning empty handed and morose as was his normal practice, he had telephoned his wife in a panic and informed her that he had to flee the city Apparently, Sad Freddie had managed to successfully gain ingress into the home of one Guillaume Serre where, instead of discovering a safe bulging with cash, he happened upon the dead body of a woman Fearing for both his life and his liberty, Sad Freddie had promptly scarpered Ernestine or La Grande Perche as she is also known want...