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Carr is the master of the impossible crime genre, but itís not his clever twists that make him compelling but the deftness and atmosphere in his work. He can be genuinely eerie and funny at the same time, I would very much have liked to have known him. The Man Who Could Not Shudder is the story about an ancient haunted house, a ghost party and the murder of one of the guests. I canít say more without giving anything way, other than if you like haunted houses and creepy atmosphere, revelations during storms, casts of characters all with something to hid, then you will love this book. Read it as soon as you can.
Review: The Man Who Could Not Shudder (Dr. Gideon Fell #12)User Review - Goodreads
This was a good mystery. How the mysterious thing happened was a new one for me, never read its like before. Lotta complications of who did what or tried to do or almost did or said they did. Might get confusing, but Carr still writes a story easy to get into and stay with til the end.