In an isolated hut not far from the sleepy country town of Merino, stockman George Kendall is found dead - and it looks very much like murder. Six weeks later, when the murderer is still at large, another stockman turns up in the township and, as a first move, provokes the local sergeant to lock him up. This particular stockman is Detective-Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte ... and there's method in his seeming madness ...
Bolinda Press, 2000. Paperback, very good
Scribner paperback / Collier Books, Macmillan 1982; 6th printing. Very good.
Pacific Books / Angus and Robertson, 1964. Very good.
Arkon paperback / Angus and Robertson 1980, reprinted 1983. Very good.
Penguin Signet paperback . New English Library, May 1948. Good - title page loose.
Doubleday Doran, Crime Club edition (first US) 1945. Very Good.