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Four gripping dramatisations starring Maurice Denham as Maigret and Michael Gough as his creator Georges Simenon.

The world’s best-known French detective, Jules Maigret, talks to his creator Georges Simenon about four intriguing cases in these full-cast dramatisations that have been specially adapted for radio from the original novels.

Things are never the same when you go back, as Maigret discovers when an anonymous letter draws him to his place of birth. Montmartre is the scene of his next case, but can Maigret’s carefully prepared approach prevent the latest in a line of serial killings? A murder with unusual characteristics finds Maigret at the remote Three Widows Crossroads, and finally he regrets being forced to suppress his instincts about the indecipherable Josset case.

Includes: 'Maigret Goes Home', 'Maigret Sets a Trap', 'Maigret at the Crossroads', and 'Maigret Has Doubts'.

©2011 Georges Simenon (P)2011 AudioGO Ltd

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I Love Grumbling Old Maigret ❤️

I love these old style detective programmes. They have something special that you just do not get any more with the modern work these days and they are comfortable and none violent, even though they are all about murdering someone.

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