SINISTER STONES by Arthur W. Upfield

SINISTER STONES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

D. I. Napoleon Bonaparte works in the cliquish bush settlements when murder strikes and white and black laws are in conflict. Three deaths, the Breen family's will on a ""hell of a large country"", backtracking which obliterates evidence and Bony's bushman's skill proves out. There's corroboree, magic, radio versus smoke signals and undeclared treasure to fill in the picture. Real down-under.

Pub Date: Aug. 5th, 1954
Publisher: Doubleday