what does all this mean? with a plethora of strange characters and incidents, Dr fell systematically unravels this mystery wrapped like an onion.
Review: The only way to read this book is after getting drunk, the plot is unnecessarily confusing, and a lot of things which have very low odds of happening, end up happening together to irritate and disconcert the reader.
The setting of the story is an old Oriental museum, which adds a nice touch to the book but in no way is as sinister as it could have been had Carr used it correctly, that scary, dark ambiance or atmosphere that you usually associate with a Carr book is missing.
Written in : 1936
Number of pages: 370
In print : No