Maigret and the Good People of Montparnasse: Inspector Maigret #58
'His artistry is supreme' John Banville
'Why all of a sudden did this shock him? He was annoyed with himself for being shocked. He felt as if he had been sucked into the bourgeois, almost edifying, atmosphere that surrounded those epeople, 'good people' so everyone kept telling him.'
A retired manufacturer has been shot dead by his own pistol, last seen alive by his son-in-law. In this seemingly motiveless murder, Inspector Maigret must rely on his famous intuition to discover the truth.
This novel has been published in a previous translation as Maigret and the Black Sheep.
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