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Man of Two Tribes
Man of Two Tribes: An Inspector Bonaparte Mystery #21 featuring Bony, the first Aboriginal detective | Arthur W. Upfield
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Myra Thomas, apparently dressed only in nightgown and slippers, has walked off the train somewhere along the 650 kilometres of track that crosses the Nullabor Plain. With two camels and a dog, Bony begins to search the desert, only to find a group of people imprisoned in the extensive limestone caves beneath the plain...
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From a series of books published between 1928 and 1960 about an aboriginal detective in outback Australia. I read a few in my teenage years and enjoyed them. I suspect I would feel differently about them if I read them now.

Cinfhen Premise for a series sounds interesting 2mo
Tonton Read this Series when younger, too. At the time it was introduction via detective story to a country and culture I hadn‘t thought about. So、 grateful for that、 but not sure about rereading. (edited) 2mo
Ruthiella I read these as a teenager too. I liked the depiction of the outback. But I agree, if I read them now it would be through a different lens. 2mo
arlenefinnigan That sounds really interesting m 2mo
CarolynM @Tonton @Ruthiella I'm very tempted to get one down from the shelf and try (I do know where these are😂). I seem to remember I liked Wings Above the Diamantina best and that was an early one. I'll think about it tomorrow. 2mo
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