The Yellow Dog by Georges Simenon (Book Analysis)

The Yellow Dog by Georges Simenon (Book Analysis)

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This engaging summary presents an analysis of The Yellow Dog by Georges Simenon, one of the first novels featuring his celebrated detective Jules Maigret. The story is set in the small seaside town of Concarneau, which is left shaken when a local man is shot dead by a mystery assailant hiding in a deserted house. Fear sweeps through the town, which soon falls victim to a wave of further crimes, until the brilliant sleuth Maigret steps in to untangle the complicated web of relationships binding the locals together and identify the culprit. Georges Simenon was a prolific author, with hundreds of novels and short stories to his name, and is best-known for creating the character of Maigret. Many of his works have been successfully adapted for television and the cinema, and he remains one of the most famous Belgian authors of all time.

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Book Details

Publication Date
June 19, 2018
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