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by Arthur William Upfield,J. L. Price,Dorothy Strange

ePub The Lake Frome Monster download
Author:
Arthur William Upfield,J. L. Price,Dorothy Strange
ISBN13:
978-0891905578
ISBN:
089190557X
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Publisher:
Aeonian Pr (April 1, 1983)
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Contemporary
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1490 kb
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Lake Frome Monster? Did it play a part in the sudden death of a roving photographer? With evidence destroyed by the elements, and surprisingly unhelpful Aborigines, Bony needs courage and astuteness to solve this crime. July 1993 : UK Hardback.

Distributors pty ltd. The Manuscript of this novel, left unfinished by Arthur Upfield when he died in 1964, has been completed and revised by J. L. Price and Mrs Dorothy Strange, using the copious and detailed notes which Arthur Upfield left for this purpose. All characters in this book are entirely fictitious, and no reference is intended to any living person.

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Arthur William Upfield (1 September 1890 – 12 February 1964) was an.

Arthur William Upfield (1 September 1890 – 12 February 1964) was an English-Australian writer, best known for his works of detective fiction featuring Detective Inspector Napoleon "Bony" Bonaparte of the Queensland Police Force, a half-caste Aborigine. His books were the basis for a 1970s Australian television series entitled Boney, as well as a 1990 telemovie and a 1992 spin-off TV series. Lake Frome, South Australia.

ARTHUR UPFIELD The last, The Lake Frome Monster, was completed by . Price and Dorothy Strange and published in 1966.

One of the giants of Australian crime fiction, Arthur Upfield, was born in Gosport, Hampshire, in 1888 and came to Australia in 1911. He worked and travelled widely, particularly through the outback, and upon the outbreak of World War 1 joined the Australian Imperial Forces. The last, The Lake Frome Monster, was completed by . Wisp of Wool and Disk of Silver’ was especially written for the Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine and is the only short story by Upfield.

and Maidstone had a bullet-hole in his chest which put the Monster in the clear.

and Maidstone had a bullet-hole in his chest which put the Monster in the clear show more.

When Eric Maidstone was found dead near Bore Ten, just west of the Dingo-proof Fence, the first thought of those who discovered his body was that he might have been attacked by the rogue camel known as The Lake Frome Monster

When Eric Maidstone was found dead near Bore Ten, just west of the Dingo-proof Fence, the first thought of those who discovered his body was that he might have been attacked by the rogue camel known as The Lake Frome Monster. But camels don't carry gun. nd Maidstone had a bullet-hole in his chest which put the Monster in the clear. So who killed young Maidstone? Bony, disguised as a worker on the Fence, intends to find out.

  • Boney, as he is called, is a half caste (sorry but that's what the books say) in Australia. His mother was aboriginal and his father white. So he is not fully accepted in either culture. How many people can sympathize with this situation! His way of solving crimes makes full use of his differing abilities. Sometimes relying on his aboriginal inheritance and sometimes on his white culture knowledge. The stories and their solutions are unique and thus really engaging. I wish I could find more of them as ebooks or hard cover, my eyes are getting old.

  • I borrowed this collection of books from the Library 30 years ago and decided recently to start buying them and making my own library. I like the characters especially Bony, and living and visiting in Australia through Arthur William Upfield's discriptions.

  • Another good Bony novel. This was was published after Upfield's death but it held true to his writings. A good read.