Inspector Maigret #33
A new translation in the Penguin Maigret series: the inspector uncovers some poisonous family politics.
The moon must have risen above the mist, which was now faintly incandescent, and, when Arlette stopped, he saw the pale shape of her face, with the wide line of her mouth . . .Then, still standing there in front of him, she said in a changed voice, which was painful to hear: 'And . . . don't you want to take advantage of me, like the others?'
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