Maigret's revolver

Simenon ; translated from the French by Nigel Ryan.

First edition.

London : Hamish Hamilton, 1956. 157 pages.

Murder, robbery and violence are all part of Maigret's trip to London, but the greatest crime is being forced to abandon his pipe in the Savoy Grill.

Hardcover.

VG+ in VG price-clipped, re-priced DW with light wear to extremities and a one inch closed tear to the back panel, which is slightly grubby. Red cloth lettered in gilt on spine. Light spotting to top edge, and bottom of spine bumped.

Ref No: 1579

£50.00

Author: Simenon, Georges


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