The most recent (non-fiction) publication concerning this case is "Life and Death in Old Peking. The Murder of Pamela Werner".
Desmond Power, author of Little Foreign Devil and fellow camp internee describes Werner in the Japanese internment camp (email October 2013):
"I had no knowledge of his (Werner's) internment until January 1944 when the Japanese transferred me from Lunghua prison camp in Shanghai to Weihsien prison camp in Shantung Province. I was placed in Block 24 where Werner was quartered. My half brother, Tony Lambert, who had been in Weihsien from the beginning, pointed him out to me in the Block’s roll call line. Having heard quite a bit about Werner in pre-war Tientsin after his daughter was murdered, I lapped up Tony’s words when he said the man was a pitiful case who at times would point an accusing finger indiscriminately at various people in the camp saying: ‘You did it!’ Most internees felt as I did that the poor fellow was unable to escape from his personal tragedy."