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Issue Details: First known date: 1976... 1976 Bony a mys ; Po stope novej topanky ; Stari mladenci z Broken Hillu
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* Contents derived from the Bratislava,
Eastern Europe, Europe,
Slovensky Spisovatel , 1976 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Bony a mys Journey to the Hangman, Arthur W. Upfield , Miroslava Majercikova (translator) single work novel crime mystery detective (p. Page numbers unavailable)
Po stope novej topanky The New Shoe, Arthur W. Upfield , Gabriela Hanakova (translator) single work novel detective crime mystery

'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)

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Stari mladenci z Broken Hillu The Bachelors of Broken Hill, Arthur W. Upfield , Svetlana Marusiakova (translator) single work novel crime mystery detective

'Among the 28,000 inhabitants of Broken Hill there stalks a killer. Already two elderly bachelors have died horribly from cyanide poisoning. Now, two months later, Detective Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte faces a cold trail - no motive, no clues. So Bony waits for what he believes to be inevitable - a third killing. ' (Publication summary)

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Language: Slovak
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