The Man Who Lost Count single work   autobiography  
Issue Details: First known date: 1933 1933
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Alternative title: Lonely Terrors of the Bush: The Man Who Lost Count!
  • Appears in:
    y The Herald no. 17639 25 November 1933 Z1188552 1933 newspaper issue 1933
    Note: With title: 'Lonely Terrors of the Bush: The Man Who Lost Count!'
  • Appears in:
    y Up and Down the Real Australia : Autobiographical Articles and The Murchison Murders Arthur W. Upfield , Kees De Hoog , Morrisville : Bonaparte Holdings Pty Ltd , 2009 Z1560308 2009 selected work autobiography non-fiction 'Up and Down the Real Australia is the second published collection of short works by Arthur Upfield. Kees de Hoog has selected 45 anecdotes and autobiographical articles about the 20 years from 1911 when Upfield first arrived in Australia. They cover his life and work in the outback, and his First World War service at Gallipoli and the Somme. It includes The Murchison Murders, Upfield's account of how the "perfect murder" was developed for his second Bony novel, The Sands of Windee; how Snowy Rowles used it to commit at least one, probably three, murders in 1929; how the crime was solved; and what happened at Rowles' trial in 1932' (Publisher website). Morrisville : Bonaparte Holdings Pty Ltd , 2009 pg. 37-39
Last amended 6 Apr 2009 15:44:19
Subjects:
  • Australian Outback, Central Australia,
  • Far West NSW, New South Wales,
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