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Kate’s 2¢: “Yellowthread Street Books 7-8” by William Leonard Marshall

“Yellowthread Street Books 7-8” by William Leonard Marshall
Kate’s 2¢: There is a plethora of in-depth biographies of authors and reviews of their books, that state the title, author, published date, and genre; as well as, describing what the book is about, setting, and character(s), so, Kate’s 2¢ merely shares my thoughts about what I read. I’m just saying…

Alec Volz did a good job of reading these two stories for the NLS. There are some rather gruesome scenes in both pieces, but, one can’t help but be pulled in to the awful truth of what is going on.

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Leonard_Marshall
William Marshall (or William Leonard Marshall) (1944-2003) is an Australian author, best known for his Hong Kong-based “Yellowthread Street” mystery novels, some of which were used as the basis for a British TV series. William Marshall worked as a playwright, journalist, proofreader, and morgue attendant and was a teacher in an Irish prison.

From NLS/BARD/LOC:
Yellowthread Street. Books 7-8 DB97572
Marshall, William Leonard. Reading time: 15 hours, 22 minutes.
Read by Alec Volz.

Mystery and Detective Stories

Two mysteries, written in 1981-82. In Perfect End, Chief Inspector Harry Feiffer of the Hong Kong police force and his increasingly competent crew brave a raging typhoon to pursue whoever or whatever has killed six fellow officers, apparently with an electric drill. Also includes War Machine. Strong language. 1982.
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