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William Heinemann, publishers, London - first edition, 1960. hardcover, 5¼" x 7½", with dust jacket. Jacket edges have short tears and wear, particularly at spine ends. Previous owner's stamp to title page; presentation card mounted to front endpaper. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. This is one of Arthur Upfield's most original and exciting 'Bony' books - Australia's most famous half-caste detective finds himself in Cork Valley, in the Australian Southern Alps, an area inhabited by a self-sufficent Irish community who glorify outlaw Ned Kelly. 'Bony' disguises himself as a horsethief and gaolbird to investigate the murder of an excise officer.