New York City’s dark and dank subway tunnels are James Kelly’s specialty. In this true story, James, an Irish immigrant in the early 1900s, makes a name for himself by detecting hazardous leaks and preventing scores of explosions, all through keen observations, an overactive sense of smell, and a strong work ethic. Glowing fluorescent colors pop in the dimly lit labyrinth as “Smelly” Kelly comes to the rescue, again and again.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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