THE NEW SHOE by Arthur W. Upfield

THE NEW SHOE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An Australian coastal community, where Detective Napoleon Bonaparte worries through the case of the corpse found in the cupboard of a lighthouse. An inquisitive dog, a new shoe, a broken ring, and a shaving from a coffin maker's shop leads to a solution which will involve innocent people as well, and the discretion Bony exerts gives a different twist to a dependable tale.

Pub Date: July 19th, 1951
Publisher: Doubleday