All The Tears in China by Sulari Gentill Part Three

We discuss chapters 28-39 of All The Tears In China by Sulari Gentill. As Rowland is put to hell and back again by the bloodhound Inspector Randolph over the death of Bertie Middleton, hope of catching the true criminal seems to dwindle. Taking a gruesome look inside a British prison in 1930s Shanghai, will Herd’s solution be enough to save Rowland from his grizzly death in the confronting conclusion. We’re joined one last time by Sulari herself, talking about how to make an engaging mystery when the answer is implied in the context, and the future of the franchise and some insights on the latest Rowland Sinclair book, A Testament of Character.

Check out Part One and Part Two here.

Also, don’t miss Final Draft’s chats with Sulari Gentill on the new book in the series – A Testament of Character!

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