Simenon's "The Strangers in the House" released
Translated into Persian by Mahmoud Navaee, "The Strangers in the House" a novel by Georges Simenon has been released in Iran.
IBNA: In The Strangers in the House, Georges Simenon, master chronicler of the dark side of the human heart, presents a detective story that is also a tale of an improbable redemption.
Hector Loursat, an accomplished attorney, has been a stranger in his own house ever since his wife abandoned him and their newborn child eighteen years ago. Since that time Loursat's universe has shrunk to his bedroom, his library and his dining room. He barely speaks to his now 18 year old daughter or their cook. They are for all intents and purposes, strangers. It is only the murderous presence of other strangers in his house that may stir him out of his emotional coma. That dark-setting forms the backdrop for "Strangers in the House".
Georges Joseph Christian Simenon was a Belgian writer. A prolific author who published nearly 200 novels and numerous short works, Simenon is best known for the creation of the fictional detective Maigret.
Some of his books as “Das Begrabnis des Herm Bouvert”, “Maigret and the bum”, “Maigret and the reluctant witnesses"," The Shadow in the Courtyard”, “The Case of Peter the Lett” and “A Man's Head” have been rendered into Persian so far.
"The Strangers in the House" has been translated into Persian by Mahmoud Navaee and released in 232 pages by Negah.
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