An actor and a divorcee meet in a deserted New York City afterhours bar. With little in common save loneliness, middle age, and a presentiment of escape, they improvise a love story. The fragility and fear that drive their experiment from moment to moment, bedroom to bedroom, transform this boy-meets-girl into a literary potboiler in which risk becomes salvation. Georges Simenon — supreme master of the modern psychological story — has been praised by writers from Ernest Hemingway to André Gide.
Used availability for Georges Simenon's Three Beds in Manhattan
March 1976 : UK Hardback
October 2003 : USA Paperback
November 2011 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition