- Yellow Peril features Charles Berridge flying back to the UK from (?) France with a copy of Wantage's Jaunetic Muse when his laptop falls prey to a virus causing the words "It is a terrible thing to fall into the hands of the Living God" before filling with yellow. Seated beside him is a mysterious passenger who seems to know something about the situation.
- Yellow Art features the insanity and death of Charles' cousin, artist Tom Berridge, to whom he had given the book as a present. Tom's final words are also "It is a terrible thing to fall into the hands of the Living God" (itself the title of a poem by DS Davidson in the same anthology).
Yellow Death was incorrectly titled Yellow Art in the first anthology (although not in the contents list).