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Corners slightly bumped, some edge wear, reading crease. Owner's name on inside cover. A nice copy. ;
Translated by Robert Baldick. ; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall; 136 pages;
"A classic among Simenon, this is the story of Maigret's night vigil at the Three Widows Crossroads, where the body of a Jewish diamond-merchant had been found. Pompous M. Michonnet, at one house, owned the car containing the corpse, aristocratic Carl Andersen, the Dane, owned the garage containing the car, and vulgar M. Oscar, at the service-station, simply sold petrol to all-comers. They none of them knew a thing. Then the victim's widow is shot dead at Maigret's feet, and he plunges into action to uncover a tight little criminal web with a woman at the centre of it." .
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- Orielis' Books (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Maigret At the Crossroads
- Simenon, Georges
- Mass Market Paperback
- Book condition
- Used - Very Good-
- 27th Edition; Seventh Printing
- Place of Publication
- Harmondsworth, England
- Date published
- Mystery Fiction, Murder Mystery, Jules Maigret Fictitious Character), Paris France, Continental European Fictional Works, Detective Stories, Police Procedural
- Bookseller catalogs
- Mystery / Georges Simenon;
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