Sinopsis de SIGNED PICPUS

'It's a matter of life and death!' he said. A small, thin man, rather dull to look at, neither young nor old, exuding the stale smell of a bachelor who does not look after himself. He pulls his fingers and cracks his knuckles and tells his tale the way a schoolboy recites his lesson. A mysterious note predicting the murder of a fortune-teller; a confused old man locked in a Paris apartment; a financier who goes fishing; a South American heiress . . . Maigret must make his way through a frustrating maze of clues, suspects and motives to find out what connects them.

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