And Then There Were None
Title: And Then There Were None
Author: Agatha Christie
MYS PB CHRISTIE
“Ten strangers meet by invitation on an island off the coast of England, and they mysteriously start to drop dead one after the other. Each death coincides with a line in a nursery rhyme, Ten Little Indian Boys. The survivors pull together to figure out the killer before it is too late. I hadn’t read any Agatha Christie before this, and I now understand why she’s considered the master of mystery. Excellent read, and fast! Not to mention the reader for the audiobook was great.”
—Kelly at KDL’s Cascade Township branch
Ten strangers, each directly or indirectly responsible for the death of another person, are gathered together by an anonymous host, who begins to kill them off one by one. Reissue.