Broome is a small, sun-drenched town on the barren northwest coast of Australia. It's small enough that everyone knows everyone else's business. How, then, did someone murder two widows in similar fashion and not leave any clues?
It's a case for Detective-Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte, who arrives on the scene incognito. He's barely begun his investigation when a third woman is killed. Bony realises that he is dealing with a madman, and that time is running out to stop a forth murder.
"Bony - a unique figure among top-flight detectives" (BBC)
"The complex Bony is, I think, my favourite fictional detective of the past twenty years". (Anthony Boucher, The New York Times)
"Highly Entertaining". (Glasgow Herald)
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