Memorigrams (1940) by ETC Werner
Page 143 above: Werner was concerned about the attention paid to Pamela by Chinese students.
Werner's reason for transferring Pamela to Tientsin Grammer School differs from that given in Midnight in Peking. (Neither account should be taken at face value.)
Inspector Dennis was reported by Werner as being convinced that a Chinese student was involved in Pamela's murder.
Werner both highlights and complains of the dangers of gossip in Peking, notwithstanding his repeated use of the the very same against his suspects.
Werner, on gossip
Page 151 below: Werner defends the character of his deceased daughter against "libellous reflexions".
The official autopsy report is unavailable, so it is impossible to ascertain if the report below is accurate.
Werner's vehement disapproval of nudism may well explain his accusing Prentice and his other suspects of running a nudist camp - a claim unsubstantiated by any other evidence.