Inspector Maigret Series by Georges Simenon
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Georges Simenon, better known as the creator of the famous detective, Jules Malgret, was a Belgian writer who has published over novels and many other short works making him one of the most prolific writers of the 20th century. Simenon was born on 13 February, at the provincial town of Liege in Belgium. George had a sibling, Christian Simenon who was born in September, A 15 year old George took a number of short term jobs of various kinds. It was here that George Simenon first encountered the wide world of politics, crime and people in general as a writer of the common human interests section.
We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later. Things have been moved around, she says, and she can feel the presence of the uknown intruder. Against the judgment of his subordinates, who insist the woman is imagning things, Maigret decides to pay a visit to her Parisian apartment to investigate—but is he already too late? Maigret and the Wine Merchant. Breathlessly paced and psychologically astute, Maigret and the Wine Merchant is a thrilling mystery from the master Georges Simenon.
Inspector or Commissaire Jules Maigret is the lead character in a series of detective fiction novels by Belgian author Georges Simenon. Maigret is a French detective who works for the Paris Brigade Criminelle. He is best known for smoking his pipe, his detective style of mixing intuition with method and his love of alcohol. The series has been adapted into several television and radio adaptations in several different languages. Published in in French, the original French title of the novel was Pietr-le-Letton.
A prolific author who published nearly novels and numerous short works, Simenon is best known as the creator of the fictional detective Jules Maigret. Although Simenon was born on Friday 13 February  superstition resulted in his birth being registered as having been on the 12th. The Simenon family traces its origins back to the Limburg region, his mother's family being from Dutch Limburg. Simenon's brother Christian was born in September and eventually became their mother's favorite child, much to Simenon's chagrin. Later, in February , the Simenons moved to 53 rue de la Loi, also in the Outremeuse.