And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

0B08BD98-6084-4084-AA4B-935B443032A9In Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, ten guests are invited to a private island. Their host is unknown and also nowhere to be found. Just like in the poem Ten Little Indians found in the house, one by one the guests fall to a demise similar to that found in the poem. 

It was fun trying to guess not only who was killing all these house guests and how they were all connected but also who would be next and how the poem would play out for them. It is a quick read and I was busy trying to figure things out the whole time. When the murderer is discovered at the end I had guessed that person. Though to be honest I had guessed everyone at some point

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