Three Bedrooms in Manhattan (New York Review Books Classics)

Three Bedrooms in Manhattan (New York Review Books Classics)

Georges Simenon


An actor, lately divorced, at free leads to manhattan; a girl, no much less lonely, maybe even extra determined than the fellow: they meet unintentionally in an all-night diner and are interested in one another instant. Roaming the town streets, hitting its late-night dives, shedding one other coin into yet one more jukebox, those misplaced souls fight to appreciate what it really is that has introduced them, nearly inspite of themselves, jointly. they're driven—from second to second, from bed room to bedroom—to improvise the main unforeseen of affection tales, a story of suspense the place chance by myself bargains salvation.

Georges Simenon was once the most well-liked and prolific of the 20th century's nice novelists. Three Bedrooms in Manhattan—closely in keeping with the tale of his personal assembly along with his moment wife—is his so much passionate and revealing paintings.

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