Inspector Maigret


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a fictional detective in novels by Georges Simenon

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En la decada de los cincuenta publico tres novelas psicologicas y un relato de su serie detectivesca con el imperturbale fumador de pipa el parisino inspector Maigret.
Simenon escribio 136 novelas y 84 cuentos de misterio donde el personaje principal es el famoso inspector Maigret.
The first novel to appear under his own name was Pietr-le-Letton (1931; The Case of Peter the Lett), in which he introduced to fiction the imperturbable, pipe-smoking Parisian police official Inspector Maigret.
One of the most skillful and literate writers of detective fiction, Simenon is best known for his long series of novels featuring Inspector Maigret, begun in 1931.
Men and Little Miss series, Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple and Georges Simenon's Inspector Maigret.
we were shooting, it was a before I settled into not a way of delivering those first of the two stand-alone films, Fifties, sees Paris gripped with women are murdered on the Montmartre in seemingly unconnected Inspector Maigret, who is under public and professional pressure killer before he strikes again, which ultimately leads to a thrilling interesting time.
Works by his creator, US author Raymond Chandler, were bought for an undisclosed sum by the UK company that owns the rights to the Agatha Christie novels and Inspector Maigret.
Based on a book by the creator of Inspector Maigret, Georges Simenon, this French film grips as a mystery-thriller, but it's really a psychological study of its central character.
El realizador no pretende impresionarnos ni emitir juicios, Farnese se hizo abogado "porque conocia la debilidad humana"; he ahi el hecho fundamental que Jolivet recupera de la novela de Simenon, el equivalente de Agatha Christie en Francia, la exploracion de lo humano que el legendario inspector Maigret perseguia en sus encuestas.
1903 Nace el prolifico novelista Georges Simenon, creador del personaje inspector Maigret, en Liege, Suiza,
Red Lights" is Cedric Kahn's thriller based on the novel by Georges Simenon (creator of the Inspector Maigret series).
The group currently holds the rights to characters from Enid Blyton, Agatha Christie and Georges Simenon including Noddy, The Famous Five, Hercule Poirot, Inspector Maigret and the ever vigilant Miss Marple.
An official inquiry into the suicide has begun at 36 Quai des Orfevres, headquarters of fictional detective Inspector Maigret.
STUDENTS at Cardiff University can now tell at a glance if their accent is more Inspector Clouseau than Inspector Maigret.
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