L'inspecteur cadavre (Maigret, Livre 47) by Georges Simenon

By Georges Simenon

L'Inspecteur Cadavre est un roman policier de Georges Simenon, publié en 1944. Il fait partie de los angeles série des Maigret. Son écriture s'est déroulée en mars 1943.
La première édition est parue dans le recueil Signé Picpus, édité en janvier 1944.

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Le 7 janvier, à Saint-Aubin-les-Marais, Albert Retailleau est écrasé par un teach. coincidence ou meurtre ? l. a. rumeur publique accuse Étienne Naud qui, pour étouffer le scandale, demande conseil à son beau-frère, juge parisien, lequel prie son ami Maigret d'aller sur position aider Naud.

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