Big trouble in old China - Page 2

Author Paul French investigates a decades-old murder in Midnight in Peking

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Paul French: solvin' crimes, writin' books

When you cross-reference all of that, I think that it stacks up, which is why I footnoted the back of the book. If people want to have a look at the documents themselves, they're more than welcome to. And since the book came out — it came out in Australia and Asia first — I have had a few people come to me with new bits of information that sort of confirm what Pamela's father discovered. Werner was cold, unemotional, and wrapped up in his scholarship; he didn't pay enough attention to Pamela [while she was alive]. But in the end, he dedicated his whole life, all of his money, and all of his health, to try and track down some kind of justice for her. I came to admire him in the end. *

PAUL FRENCH

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