The man who could not shudder

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Books, 1944 - Electromagnetic devices - 313 pages
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User Review  - antiquary - LibraryThing

Starts with a great opening --a young man tells skeptical friends about a haunted house in which an old butler allegedly killed himself by swigging from a chandelier till it fell and killed him --this ... Read full review

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Carr is the master of the impossible crime genre, but it’s 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 ... Read full review

Contents

THE CORPSE IN THE WAXWORKS
125
THE BLIND BARBER
158
THE ARABIAN NIGHTS MURDER
287
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