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y separately published work icon The Mystery of Swordfish Reef Arthur W. Upfield , Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1939 Z101751 1939 single work novel crime mystery detective 'An intriguing case for Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte begins on a calm October day in an Australian seaside town. Three men set out to sea for a day's fishing...and do not return. Despite intensive searches, no trace of the men or their boat is found until, weeks later, a passing trawler hauls in a gruesome catch - the head of one of the missing fishermen. It is quite clear that its owner was murdered with a pistol bullet. But by whom and why is for Bony to find out.' - (back cover, 1983 Arkon Paperback). Der Kopf im Netz Munich Switzerland : Goldmann Krimi-Verlag , 1974
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y separately published work icon Venom House Arthur W. Upfield , New York (City) : Doubleday , 1952 Z283537 1952 single work novel crime detective mystery
— Appears in: Vrazda musi pockat ; Vola kmena ; Prekliaty dom 1988; (p. Page numbers unavailable)

'The Answerth family's mansion seems to deserve its nickname of Venom House - perhaps because of its forbidding setting, an island in the centre of a man-made lake, its treacherous waters studded by the skeletons of long-dead trees. Perhaps it's because of the unquiet ghosts of the Aboriginals slaughtered by the Answerth ancestors. Whatever the reason, most people are content to give Venom House and its occupants a wide berth... until a couple of corpses turn up in the lake. Inspector Bonaparte has a sudden urge to get to knows the Answerths and their charming home much better... ' (Publication summary)

Die Giftvilla
Munich : Goldmann , 1959
219
y separately published work icon The New Shoe Arthur W. Upfield , Z1507432 1951 single work novel detective crime mystery
— Appears in: Bony a mys ; Po stope novej topanky ; Stari mladenci z Broken Hillu 1976; (p. Page numbers unavailable)

'The naked body of a man is discovered entombed in the wall of the Split Point Lighthouse on Australia's southeast coast; the murder is two months old, and the identity of the victim is unknown. Of Split Point's suspicious inhabitants, only Ed Penwarden, the coffin-maker, befriends Bony upon his arrival. As he delves into the case, Bony is curious to know why a coffin is moved in the night, who was the girl seen struggling with Dick Lake on the cliff top--and why the Bully Buccaneers came to deal in death.' (Publication summary)

Der Neue Schuh
Munich : Goldmann , 1974
224
y separately published work icon Sinister Stones Arthur W. Upfield , New York (City) : Doubleday , 1954 Z1175739 1954 single work novel mystery crime
— Appears in: Trikrat Napoleon Bonaparte 1977; (p. Page numbers unavailable)

— Appears in: Sovremennyi avstraliiskii detektiv 1990;
Der Schwarze Brunnen
Munich : Goldmann , 1954
232
y separately published work icon The Battling Prophet Arthur W. Upfield , 1955 Z1363904 1955 single work novel crime mystery detective

'Detective-Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte is on leave, staying with an old friend near Adelaide. Ben Wickham, a meteorologist whose uncannily accurate forecasts have helped farmers all over Australia, until recently lived nearby. But he has died after a three week drinking binge and a doctor certified death resulting from delirium tremens. Yet Bony's host insists that whatever Ben died of, it wasn't alcohol.' (Publication summary)

Der streitbare Prophet
Munich : Goldmann , 1960
263
y separately published work icon The Bushman Who Came Back Arthur W. Upfield , London Melbourne : Heinemann , 1957 Z209419 1957 single work novel crime mystery detective
— Appears in: Bestseller Mystery Magazine , April vol. 3 no. 2/226 1961; (p. 4-109)

— Appears in: Trikrat Napoleon Bonaparte 1977; (p. Page numbers unavailable)
Bony kauft eine Frau
Munich : Goldmann , 1974
276
y separately published work icon Murder Must Wait Arthur W. Upfield , Z1507440 1953 single work novel crime mystery detective
— Appears in: Vrazda musi pockat ; Vola kmena ; Prekliaty dom 1988; (p. Page numbers unavailable)
Viermal bei Neumond
Munich : Goldmann , 1953
1011
y separately published work icon Journey to the Hangman Arthur W. Upfield , London Melbourne : Heinemann , 1959 Z290793 1959 single work novel crime mystery detective
— Appears in: Bony a mys ; Po stope novej topanky ; Stari mladenci z Broken Hillu 1976; (p. Page numbers unavailable)

— Appears in: Boni I Myshka [and] Leiik-Froumskiii Koshmar 1996;
Bony und die Maus
Munich : Goldmann , 1972
1044
y separately published work icon The Sands of Windee Arthur W. Upfield , Z1515870 1931 single work novel crime detective

'An Inspector Bonaparte Mystery featuring Bony, the first Aboriginal detective. Why had Luke Marks driven specially out to Windee? Had he been murdered or had he,as the local police believed, wandered away from his car and been overwhelmed in a dust-storm? When Bony noticed something odd in the background of a police photograph, he begins to piece together the secrets of the sands of Windee. Here is the original background to the infamous Snowy Rowles murder trial.'

Ein glücklicher Zufall
Munich : Goldmann , 1960
1074
y separately published work icon Bony and the Black Virgin Arthur W. Upfield , London : Heinemann , 1959 Z205233 1959 single work novel crime mystery detective Bony Und Die Schwarze Jungfrau Munich : Goldmann , 1972
1168
y separately published work icon Winds of Evil Arthur W. Upfield , 1937 single work novel crime Bony stellt eine Falle Munich : Goldmann , 1961
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y separately published work icon The Will of the Tribe Arthur W. Upfield , London Melbourne : Heinemann , 1962 Z962007 1962 single work novel mystery detective crime
— Appears in: Vrazda musi pockat ; Vola kmena ; Prekliaty dom 1988; (p. Page numbers unavailable)
This adventure of Inspector Napoleon (Bony) Bonaparte is set in North Western Australia; it deals with a corpse in a meteor crater and with vital information hidden behind the impassive mask of an aboriginal tribe, where only the half-black Bony has any hope of reaching it. The interplay between whites and blacks, from assimilated to wholly wild, is subtly and sensitively handled, and Bony emerges as one of the rare detective figures with genuine stature as a man. As in most Upfield novels, the geography, the geology and the cultural anthropology of Australia are living elements in the story (Cover, Collier 1984 ed.).
Wer war der zweite Mann?
Munich : Goldmann , 1974
1281
y separately published work icon Death of a Swagman Arthur W. Upfield , New York (City) : Doubleday , 1945 Z258342 1945 single work novel crime detective mystery

'Merino is an isolated town in New South Wales. Posing as a laborer, Bony goes there to investigate the murder of a vagrant and soon discovers a murderous tangle of motives and suspects. There are some very engaging characters and some excellent trakcing scenes leading to a suspenseful finish.'(Publication summary)

Bony wird verhaftet
Munich : Goldmann , 1962
2088
y separately published work icon Bushranger of the Skies Arthur W. Upfield , Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1940 Z849009 1940 single work novel crime detective 'An extraordinary case for Detective-Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte opens when a police car is bombed from the air on a lonely outback road by a mysterious pilot who plans to conquer a nation.

'The trail through the land of burning waters tests Bonys endurance to the limit and takes the detective as close to death as he has ever been. Welcome to Central Australia!' (Publication summary)
Bony und die Todesotter
Munich : Goldmann , 1974
2111
y separately published work icon The Bone Is Pointed Arthur W. Upfield , Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1938 Z211356 1938 single work novel crime

'Jack Anderson was a big man with a foul temper, a sadist and a drunk. Five months after his horse appeared riderless, no trace of the man has surfaced and no one seems to care. But Bony is determined to follow the cold trail and smoke out some answers.' (Publication summary)

Todeszauber
Munich : Goldmann , 1974
2289
y separately published work icon The Lake Frome Monster Arthur W. Upfield , London : Heinemann , 1966 Z371056 1966 single work novel crime detective
— Appears in: Boni I Myshka [and] Leiik-Froumskiii Koshmar 1996;
Gefahr Fur Bony
Munich : Goldmann , 1966
4676
y separately published work icon The Destruction Man Charles West , London : Robert Hale , 1976 Z1508089 1976 single work novel crime thriller Das Rattennest Munich : Goldmann , 1977
4781
y separately published work icon The Bushman Who Came Back Arthur W. Upfield , London Melbourne : Heinemann , 1957 Z209419 1957 single work novel crime mystery detective
— Appears in: Bestseller Mystery Magazine , April vol. 3 no. 2/226 1961; (p. 4-109)

— Appears in: Trikrat Napoleon Bonaparte 1977; (p. Page numbers unavailable)
Bony kauft eine Frau
Munich : Goldmann , 1978
y separately published work icon Drop Dead 'Margot Neville' , 1962 single work novel crime detective Drei rote Kratzer : Kriminal-Roman Munich : Goldmann , 1963
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