AND THEN THERE WERE NONE . AGATHA CHRISTIE . EZ-001
AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
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‘And Then There Were None’ is a mystery novel by Agatha Christie, described by her as the most difficult of her books to write.
(Also known by the title as ‘Ten Little Indians’)
Eight people arrive on a small, isolated island off the Devon coast, each having received an unexpected personal invitation.
A framed copy of an old rhyme hangs in every guest’s room, and on the dining room table sit ten figurines. After supper, a phonograph record is played; the recording accuses each visitor as well as the Rogers of having committed murder, then asks if any of the “prisoners at the bar” wishes to offer a defence.
The next morning, Mrs Rogers is found dead in her bed, and by lunchtime, General MacArthur has also died from a heavy blow to the head. The guests realise that the nature of the deaths corresponds with the respective lines of the rhyme, and three of the figurines are found to be missing. ……