On [:] Notes | Georges Simenon, 1942

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Harry Brockway, detective Maigret

“Maigret never took notes. If he had a propelling pencil in his hand
and a paper in front of him, it was only to make doodles that had
no connection with the case.”

Georges Simenon, The Judge’s House, 1942


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