REVIEW

MAIGRET'S BOYHOOD FRIEND - Georges Simenon

Review Written By
Karen Chisholm

Taking a bit of a wander back through some of the classic crime fiction authors, I've been reading a few Simenon's. In Maigret's Boyhood Friend, Inspector Maigret receives a visit from his old school friend Leon Florentin. Florentin had been the class clown, and despite only seeing him once since their childhood, Maigret can remember him well. Now, although, nobody is laughing as Florentin's mistress has been shot dead in her apartment, whilst Florentin was there and, not surprisingly, he is now the prime suspect in her murder.

BOOK DETAILS
BOOK INFORMATION
ISBN
9780156028516
Year of Publication
Series
BLURB

When Maigret receives a visit from an old schoolmate whose mistress has been shot to death, he feels compelled to look into the case. Yet his friend is one of the suspects--along with the dead woman’s four other lovers, each unknown to the others. The basis for a public television Mystery! presentation. Translated by Eileen Ellenbogen.

Review MAIGRET'S BOYHOOD FRIEND - Georges Simenon
Karen Chisholm
Monday, October 1, 2007

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