A Crime is Afoot: August 2017 Leisure Reading


leisure_readingSomeone once said that Maigret’s novels are just a different chapter of one more extensive book, and I couldn’t agree more.

In this sense I’ve only read but eight chapters of a 75 chapters book entitled Maigret Mysteries.

Last month I read and reviewed:

The Flemish House, 1932 (Inspector Maigret #14) by Georges Simenon. Trans: Shaun Whiteside (A+)

The Madman of Bergerac, 1932 (Inspector Maigret # 15) by Georges Simenon (Trans: Ros Schwartz) Revisited (A)

The Misty Harbour, 1932 (Inspector Maigret #16) by Georges Simenon. Trans: Linda Coverdale (C)

Maigret Sets a Trap, 1955 (Inspector Maigret #48) by Georges Simenon (Trans: Siân Reynolds) (A)

Maigret, Lognon and the Gangsters, 1952 (Inspector Maigret #39) by Georges Simenon (Trans: William Hobson) (A)

A Voice in the Night, 2016 (Montalbano #20) by Andrea Camilleri (Trans. Stephen Sartarelli) (A+)

The Judge’s House, 1942 (Inspector Maigret #22) by Georges Simenon (Trans: Howard Curtis) (A)

Inspector Cadaver, 1944 (Inspector Maigret #24) by Georges Simenon (Trans: William Hobson) (A)

Félicie, 1944 (Inspector Maigret #25) by Georges Simenon (Trans: David Coward) (A)

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