Maigret travels south by Georges Simonon
“Crazy in the City” is one of the best books by George Simone that you have ever read. Migrt travels to Antibes to investigate a very sensitive murder. He almost tries to abandon the usual police methods and instead tries to find his way in this strange world. In the South, the nature of justice itself is controversial.
“Crazy in the City” is a story that takes place in the heart of a city in the south of France, except when he encounters a suspicious man who arouses his curiosity and is shot by a man after he is chased.
Magra’s hospitalization introduces him to mysterious, influential, and strange people, and introduces him to the story of a crazy man, who is followed by horrific events.
The author of this book, George Simone, is one of the best-selling European writers of the twentieth century. His work includes 391 titles, and he is best known as the creator of a 75-story detective fiction series, translated into more than 50 languages and sold in more than 50 countries.
Simone’s more than 800 million books are sold worldwide, making him the most translated French writer of the twentieth century and the second most translated translator of all time in Italy after Shakespeare.
Maigret travels south
Georges Simonon, born February 1903 and died September 4, 1989, was a Belgian writer. He is known for writing detective novels and has published nearly 500 novels and many short works.
Simonon is the creator of the character of Commissar Magra, one of the most famous detectives in the world of police literature. Georges Joseph Christine Simenon was born on February 13, 1903 in Liege, Belgium. His father, Desiree, was an accountant in an insurance company. Georges attended the San Andre School from 1908 to 1914.
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A beautiful and attractive work by a good Belgian writer, translated into Persian by Dr. Ramin Azarbahram.
The story of this work is that in a small town in the southern part of France, a person at a train station notices another person who has a completely strange and suspicious behavior.
The suspect jumps off the train and the main character follows him, but the suspect shoots him and the main character is injured and goes to the hospital.
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Georges Simenon (French: Georges Simenon), originally known as George Joseph Chiristian Simenon (French: George Joseph Chiristian Simenon)
Born February 12, 1903 – died September 4, 1989) was a Belgian writer.
Known for writing detective novels, he has published nearly 500 novels and numerous short works.
Simonon, the creator of Detective Jules Magra’s character, is one of the most famous detective stories in the world of police literature.
Georges Simenon was born on February 13, 1903, in Liége, Belgium.
His father, Desiree, was an accountant at an insurance company. George from 1908 to 1914 at the San Andre School
He studied and with the outbreak of World War I in 1914 went to St. Louis College, a high school under the supervision of the Jesuits.
Prior to 1918, he worked as a student in a bookstore.
But he was fired very soon. He left school in January of that year due to his father’s illness.
A crazy city adventure takes place in a small town in the south of France.
But on the train to Bordeaux, he notices a man
Who has suspicious behavior.
The man jumps off the train near the town of Berjrak, and unless he follows him with an instinctive reaction,
But before he can stop the man from escaping, he is shot.
Commissar unless the wounded are admitted to the small town hospital of Barjrak
And this is the beginning of his acquaintance with a group of influential people in the city who also have a strange and mysterious behavior. Unless he finds out through these people
A man wanders in the suburbs of Barjrak at night and by that time he had attacked and killed two women.
Subsequent investigations unless he is involved in a horrific affair
Which reveals new dimensions of the dark side of the human mind.
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