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  • Author:
    Leo Malet
  • ISBN:
    0330313223
  • ISBN13:
    978-0330313223
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  • Publisher:
    Pan Macmillan (April 12, 1991)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Classics
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  • Rating:
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Léo Malet est né à Montpellier en 1909. En 1943, il publie sous son véritable nom, 120 rue de la gare, un roman policier très français qui met en scène pour la première fois l'illustre Nestor Burma.

Léo Malet est né à Montpellier en 1909. Attiré par l'écriture et l'anarchie, il décide à l'âge de 16 ans de " monter " à Paris, où pour survivre il effectue une multitude de petits métiers. En 1930, il fait la connaissance d'André Breton et découvre le surréalisme, dont il devient un familier. Après la guerre, Léo Malet rencontre Louis Chavance qui lui suggère d'écrire des romans policiers, un genre encore inexistant en France. C'est en 1953, lors d'une promenade, que Léo Malet aura l'idée de faire de son privé un nouveau " piéton de Paris ".

Leo Malet was a highly regarded writer of French thrillers, but not well known outside of France. This is a pity as he produced an excellent crime novel in "120 Rue de la Gare" which has all anyone could wish for in seedy characters, mournful settings and sharp humour

Leo Malet was a highly regarded writer of French thrillers, but not well known outside of France. This is a pity as he produced an excellent crime novel in "120 Rue de la Gare" which has all anyone could wish for in seedy characters, mournful settings and sharp humour. Although by now somewhat dated it remains a good read and well worth tracking down. A great contribution from the home of noir.

Malet claimed that Tardi was the sole person to have visually understood his books. 120, rue de la Gare (1943). Le cinquième procédé (1948). Selected bibliography. Le soleil naît derrière le Louvre (1954) (First of the "New Mysteries of Paris" series). Des kilomètres de linceuls (1955). Fièvre au Marais (1955). La nuit de és (1955). M'as-tu vu en cadavre (1956). Brouillard au pont de Tolbiac (1956).

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. BBC Focus – January 2011.

Leo Malet risulta simpatico e sbruffone dalle prime righe per quanto abbia trovato questo esordio Burmiano troppo .

Leo Malet risulta simpatico e sbruffone dalle prime righe per quanto abbia trovato questo esordio Burmiano troppo arzigogolato nell'intreccio, troppo Austeriano nel susseguirsi delle coincidenze, e in fin dei conti non particolarmente appassionante. Ciò che invece mi 120 Rue de la Gare è il primo di una lunga serie di romanzi con protagonista il tronfio ed acutissimo Nestor "Dinamite" Burma, un nome esplosivo come il nostro simpatico detective figlio illegittimo di Sherlock Holmes e Mike Hammer.

The Bloody Streets of Paris : 120 Rue de la Gare. Book in the Nestor Burma Series). It will take all his skills as a detective to say alive and free, for in Nazi-held France, there are fates worse than death.

Loin de son cher Paris, il se morfond derrière les grilles d´un stalag. Un soir, un détenu amnésique meurt dans ses bras en lui laissant un message : Dites à Hélèn. 20 rue de la Gare.

Loin de son cher Paris, il se morfond derrière les grilles d´un stalag

Delitto al Luna park. Il boulevard delle ossa.

Delitto al Luna park. More ways to shop: Visit an Apple Store, call 1-800-MY-APPLE, or find a reseller.

Everytime you utter these words "120,Rue De La Gare" you stand in great danger of being shot down. And her performance must have made its mark on writer Léo Malet's mind, since he never missed an opportunity to give homage to her in his following novels. Director: Jacques Daniel-Norman. It blends fun, violence, dark moments and light romance.


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This is a meticulously documented book with enough drama and intricacies to satisfy the demanding reader. Plus, it actually happened! If you're unfamiliar with the story, this is the book to read -- thoroughly researched, with impeccable writing and no punches pulled. Buy this book!
Dianazius
Leo Malet was a highly regarded writer of French thrillers, but not well known outside of France. This is a pity as he produced an excellent crime novel in "120 Rue de la Gare" which has all anyone could wish for in seedy characters, mournful settings and sharp humour. Although by now somewhat dated it remains a good read and well worth tracking down. A great contribution from the home of noir.