Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte is called in again to deal with a murder, this time in remote Hall's Creek. No one, white or aboriginal, seems to know the truth, and Bonaparte must listen to the ancient legends to discover it for himself. In this classic of Australian mysteries, Peter Hosking's fresh, tough performance paints the remote, historical world of Arthur Upfield's The Will of the Tribe with absolute clarity. Listeners will delight in both the evocation of this stunning landscape and unique cultural moment, and be on the edge of their seats as they wait for the chilling conclusion.
A classic Australian story from the Bolinda Classics range.
The aborigines, who knew how many eagles flew over their inland desert, must have known who put the dead white man into Lucifer's Couch. But no one in Hall's Creek, white or black, reported seeing the stranger - and there were no tracks around the meteor crater. Was the murder done by whites or blacks or by both in collusion? Bony listened to the ancient tribal legends and found truth nobody wanted to believe.
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©1964 Arthur Upfield; (P)2009 Bolinda Publishing
"Bony - a unique figure among top-flight detectives." (BBC)
yes arthur upfield is a good storyteller reminds you of the era that was the life in australia in those times
the hunt for clues in the crater
peter hosking seem as always to read the characters well
the tribe and legends
"Life in the outback"
I like Bony books very much. The way people lived in the outback
Relying on each other is very interesting.
On to the next one now.
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