Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Maigret Stonewalled

Georges Simenon Maigret Stonewalled (1931)
I'm struggling to say anything that I haven't already said about two previous Maigret novels, as reviewed here and here respectively. This one entails a slightly knottier level of deduction than either Milord or Trap, and to tell the truth some of it was lost on me, but then I've been reading the things for the atmosphere more than anything, and Maigret Stonewalled delivers in that respect.

Seriously, I haven't got anything to add.

It made for a very pleasant read.

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