The Strange Case of Peter the Lett by Georges Simenon

This classic crime novel centers around a man named Peter the Lett, who is suspected of committing a series of murders in Paris. He is a foreigner, a loner, and has a mysterious past, which makes him the perfect suspect for the crimes. However, as the investigation unfolds, it becomes clear that the truth is far more complex. The narrative delves into themes of identity, prejudice, and the nature of guilt and innocence, offering a psychological portrait of a man caught in a web of circumstances beyond his control.

The 3671st greatest book of all time


Published
1931
Nationality
Belgian
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
French

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