You can find here a comprehensive listing of the Penguin Maigret editions that I have found very useful. Scroll down to see the titles and images of the latest Penguin Classics issues.
A chronological English checklist of the 75 Maigret novels, with variant titles and year of original French publication is here.
The dates the Maigrets were published are generally known. Exactly when and where the Maigrets were written is not as clear… The 103 novels and stories listed here comprise all the Maigrets published under Simenon’s own name.
The First Maigret Novel
I’m delighted in announcing that today is publication day of a book I was much looking forward to, Crime Fiction in German, Der Krimi (University of Wales Press, 2016) Editor: Katharina Hall.
Crime Fiction in German is the first volume in English to offer a comprehensive overview of German-language crime fiction from its origins in the early nineteenth century to its vibrant growth in the new millennium. As well as introducing readers to crime fiction from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the former East Germany, the volume expands the notion of a German crime-writing tradition by investigating Nazi crime fiction, Jewish-German crime fiction, Turkish-German crime fiction and the Afrika-Krimi. Significant trends, including the West German social crime novel, women’s crime writing, regional crime fiction, historical crime fiction and the Fernsehkrimi television crime drama are also explored, highlighting the genre’s distinctive features in German-language contexts.
About The Editor
Katharina Hall’s knowledge of and enthusiasm for crime fiction in translation is prodigious, but (crucially) it is matched by her nonpareil analytic skills. This combination, when focused on her particular speciality of genre fiction from Germany, makes her the perfect editor for and contributor to Crime Fiction in German: Der Krimi. The book becomes at a stroke the definitive modern guide to the subject scholarly, lively and accessible. –Barry Forshaw, author of Euro Noir and Nordic Noir.
Katharina Hall is Associate Professor of German at Swansea University, and runs the international crime fiction blog Mrs Peabody Investigates.
‘Crime Fiction in German’ publication day! With a FREE CHAPTER!