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Maigret in Holland

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Media type  Print
Author  Georges Simenon
Country  Belgium
Followed by  The Sailors' Rendezvous
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Language  French
Originally published  1931
Genre  Detective fiction
Preceded by  Maigret at the Crossroads
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Original title  (Fr.) Un Crime en Hollande
Series  Inspector Jules Maigret
Similar  Georges Simenon books, Jules Maigret books, Other books

Maigret in Holland (French: Un Crime en Hollande) is a 1931 detective novel by the Belgian writer Georges Simenon featuring his character Jules Maigret. Maigret travels to the small, respectable town of Delfzijl in the Netherlands to investigate the murder of a teacher. An English-language translation was published in 1940. Simenon chose Delfzijl because he had written the first Maigret story, The Strange Case of Peter the Lett (1931) there in the late 1920s.

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Maigret in Holland Wikipedia


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