Friday, 28 July 2017

maigret goes home

On Saturday 22nd July I finished Maigret Goes Home by Georges Simenon. It was okay. I suspect it wasn't a typical Maigret novel, but I could be wrong. (It was short, as usual, but not a procedural, which I think they usually are.)

I have a feeling I have read a Maigret a long time ago but wasn't that fussed about it. I got a batch for Bethan a while ago, as we've both enjoyed the recent Rowan Atkinson adaptations as well as the older Michael Gambons we saw a few years ago. It didn't grab me thoroughly, but they're short enough that I will give another few a go.

Here's a photo of the copy I read, a nice old green Penguin, though the cover itself is nothing special.

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