And Then There Were None

September 5, 2016 - Comment

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Gary F. Taylor says:

A Classic Thriller! Agatha Christie’s AND THEN THERE WERE NONE should be very close to the top of any mystery fan’s “must read list.” The novel concerns a group of ten previously unacquainted people who are lured via various pretexts to Indian Island, a resort home off the coast of Devon–and are promptly accused by their unseen host of having escaped punishment for past crimes. Cut off from the world and fighting rising panic, they scramble to unmask the killer even as their number is reduced in macabre…

Michael Cheyne says:

Wow! Who would have thought! As I sat down to read this book the afternoon I received it in the mail, many questions passed through my mind. I had never read any of Agatha Christie’s mystery novels, and I wondered, would I like this one? Looking down at the first page somehow I knew that I would. 

sweetmolly says:

Very Dark Christie Dame Agatha makes a jarring departure in this grim and intricate tale. There is no sleuth, the pace is fast, frenzied and breathless, and rather than “types,” she takes pains with characterizations. The body count is high, and the mode of death frequently untidy. “And Then There Were None” is among the most favored of Christie’s books. It has gone through a few title changes; I knew it as “Ten Little Indians,” and before that it had even a more politically incorrect title. Be forewarned,…

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