In me is enthroned the white man's power of reasoning and the black man's gifts of observation and patience."" Detective...

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THE WIDOWS OF BROOME

In me is enthroned the white man's power of reasoning and the black man's gifts of observation and patience."" Detective Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte speaking -- and investigating the murders of three widows in northwest Australia. The matter of their nightgowns, their underwear, of a skin disease, various psychological quirks all add up to Bony's quarry -- trapped in a fourth attempt, carefully guarded by Bony and Broome's police. Painstaking.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1949