I'm writing a thesis on airplanes' flaps and I was analizing the flaps on the Beech Bonanza V-35B: on the book "The wind and beyond - Volume II" published by NASA on page 375 states that this plane uses "single slotted flaps".
However looking closely at some pictures I think it uses single slotted fowler flap, since they seem to slide back towards the aft part of the wing.
In general I think that some books use the term "single slotted flap" to describe the "single slotted FOWLER flap", because the latter is far more used, but this creates some confusion. What kind of flap is this airplane exactly using? and can you provide me a decent reference (not wikipedia or something similar) in support?