Arthur W. Upfield was an Australian author best known for his detective novels featuring Detective Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte. Upfield’s writing style is characterized by his vivid descriptions of the Australian Outback and his ability to create a sense of place. His novels often explore themes of cultural conflict and the clash between modernity and tradition. Some of his notable works include “The Sands of Windee,” “The Bone is Pointed,” and “The Bachelors of Broken Hill.”

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