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Lost Moorings by Simenon - Penguin,1962


Title: Lost Moorings
Author: Simenon
Publisher: penguin
Publication Date: 1962
Format: soft cover
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear. Some damage to the front cover and spines.

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Reader's note

Simenon's writings are always a classy and welcome addition to any bookshelf. The background of Banana Tourist - the name contemptuously given by residents in the South Sea islands to those dreamers who come to them in quest of ‘the simple life’- is Tahiti. The story of a young idealist and his progressive disenchantment is one of Simenon’s most dramatic tales, with the tension steadily rising towards a climax almost intolerable in its poignancy. ‘Half Dostoyevsky, half Graham Greene’. A critic described one of Simenon’s novels. A gem among a bounty of out of print, rare and stunning vintage books in our second hand bookstore.