Jules Maigret

fictional French police detective

Jules Maigret ([ʒyl mɛɡʁɛ]), or simply Maigret, is a fictional French police detective, a commissaire ("commissioner") of the Paris Brigade Criminelle (Direction Régionale de Police Judiciaire de Paris:36, Quai des Orfèvres), created by writer Georges Simenon. The character's full name is Jules Amedée François Maigret.Between 1931 and 1972, 75 novels and 28 short stories about Maigret were published, starting with Pietr-le-Letton ("Peter the Lett") and concluding with Maigret et Monsieur Charles ("Maigret and Monsieur Charles"). The Maigret stories were also adapted for television and radio. Penguin Books published new translations of 75 books in the series over as many months; the project was begun in November 2013 by translators David Bellos, Anthea Bell, and Ros Schwartz.
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characters: Jules Maigret

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Maigret Goes Home

novel by Georges Simenon

author: Georges Simenon

1932

Maigret at the Crossroads

novel by Georges Simenon

author: Georges Simenon

1931

Maigret and the Yellow Dog

novel by Georges Simenon

author: Georges Simenon

1931

Maigret and the Old Lady

novel by Georges Simenon

author: Georges Simenon

1950

Maigret in Holland

novel by Georges Simenon

author: Georges Simenon

1931

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