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Out of Nowhere (Yellowthread Street #13)
The Yellowthread Street cops are back in a darkly humorous caper that involves a van-load of dead people, a larcenous Dalmatian, and a small homeless boy with a loaded Luger. "If you like your stories mixed in a single pot on a fast burner, Out of Nowhere is your cup of tea".--San Diego Union.
Paperback, 0 pages
Published November 1st 1989 by Warner Books (NY)
(first published 1988)
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I read this mystery because it was based in Hong Kong and I wanted to get an idea of what it was like there. It didn't give much sense of place, so I wouldn't recommend it for that. As a mystery, it was okay. Started out with a van full of people committing suicide on an empty highway and the mystery is trying to figure out why.
William Marshall (or William Leonard Marshall) (born 1944, Australia) 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.More about William Marshall...
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