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I imagine other remainder bookstores may have this on offer too. The whole book is fascinating, but I have found the very detailed bibliography and listings towards the end of particular interest.
Lucas while working on a case with Maigret shortly prior to his retiremnet. Could you tell me in which book this takes place as I must have missed it somewhere and was saddened to think of it, as Lucas was a favorite of mine.
Just as Torrence managed to come back after his "death" in Pietr-le-letton and go on to have his own detective agency Les dossiers de l'agence O after leaving the Quai.
As Simenon might have explained it, "Oh, did I say Lucas? Sorry, I meant Inspector Louis With an intelligent person one can show them how illogical their story is and break them down, while the truly stupid criminal simply persists in obstinate denial.
Unfortunately I cannot remember in which book this occurs. Can anyone remind me and maybe even provide a relevant quote? The first three sentences of the novel seem to contain an error: Thirty miles later, when it was nearing Nantes, the lights had been turned on in the compartments.
Half an hour later, when the train reached Evreux, it was quite dark. And it would take a lot longer than half an hour to get from Nantes to Evreux.
It would be a perverse route to use. Going from Paris to Evreux via Nantes makes no sense. Is this a misprint for Mantes? And is it Simenon's error or the translator's? Later in the novel p. This seems very unlikely. Nantes is not a Breton-speaking area; and at the period when Maigret was at school it would have been frowned on by schoolmasters.
The line isn't in the Philadelphia Inquirer abridgement. Can someone report if the error also appeared in the earlier "Maigret and M. This is one of only six Maigret titles not published in a Penguin edition. Maybe it was Stuart Gilbert's geography that was weak?
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THE SPIKE. It was late-afternoon. Forty-nine of us, forty-eight men and one woman, lay on the green waiting for the spike to open.
We were too tired to talk much.