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Language: English
Length: 154 Pages
Publisher: The New York Review Of Books, Inc
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It is Friday evening before Labor Day weekend. Americans are hitting the highways in droves; the radio crackles with warnings of traffic jams and crashed cars. Steve Hogan and his wife, Nancy, have a long drive ahead—from New York City to Maine, where their children are in camp. But Steve wants a drink before they go, and on the road he wants another. Soon, exploding with suppressed fury, he is heading into that dark place in himself he calls “the tunnel.” When Steve stops for yet another drink, Nancy has had enough. She leaves the car.

On a bender now, Steve makes a friend: Sid Halligan, an escapee from Sing Sing. Steve tells Sid
all about Nancy. Most men are scared, Steve thinks, but not Sid.

The next day, Steve wakes up on the side of the road. His car has a flat, his money is gone, and there’s one more thing still left for him to learn about Nancy, Sid Halligan, and himself.

About the Author
GEORGES SIMENON (1903–1989) was born in Liège, Belgium. He went to work as a reporter at the age of fifteen and in 1923 moved to Paris, where under various pseudonyms he became a highly successful and prolific author of pulp fiction while leading a dazzling social life. In the early 1930s, Simenon emerged as a writer under his own name, gaining renown for his detective stories featuring Inspector Maigret. He also began to write his psychological novels, or romans durs—books in which he displays a sympathetic awareness of the emotional and spiritual pain underlying the routines of daily life. Having written nearly two hundred books under his own name and become the best-selling author in the world, Simenon retired as a novelist in 1973, devoting himself instead to dictating memoirs that filled thousands of pages.

ANITA BROOKNER is an art historian and novelist. She lives in London.

Specifications of Red Lights( Series - New York Review Books Classics ) (English) (Paperback)

Contributors
Author Georges Simenon
Introduction By Anita Brookner
Book Details
Publisher The New York Review Of Books, Inc
Publication Year 2006 July
ISBN-13 9781590171936
ISBN-10 1590171934
Language English
Edition 3rd Edition
Binding Paperback
Number of Pages 154 Pages
Dimensions
Width 5.10 inch
Height 0.39 inch
Depth 0.51 inch
Weight 81.72 g
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