The Bells of Bicetre
The Brothers Rico
The Long Exile
The Man Who Watched Trains Go By
Magnet of Doom
Monsieur Monde Vanishes
Three Bedrooms in Manhattan
Uncle Charles Has Locked Himself In
The Venice Train
If you want to seriously get into the work of Simenon, I recommend buying a copy of David Carter’s book: George Simenon
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