And Then There Were None

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Macmillan, May 3, 2004 - Fiction - 264 pages
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First, there were ten - a curious assortment of strangers summoned as weekend guests to a private island off the coast of Devon. Their host, an eccentric millionaire unknown to all of them, is nowhere to be found. All that the guests have in common is a wicked past they're unwilling to reveal - and a secret that will seal their fate. For each hsa been marked for murder. One by one they fall prey. Before the weekend is out, there will be none. And only the dead are above suspicion
 

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First Agatha Christie Mystery. Story started off somewhat slowly. It took a few chapters for me to connect with the story and have the desire to complete the novel. The premise was not to hard to ... Read full review

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And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie, is about ten strangers who are summoned to Soldier Island by a mysterious UN Owen. When they arrive, in each of their rooms a poem about ten soldier boys ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
53
Section 3
64
Section 4
78
Section 5
93
Section 6
105
Section 7
121
Section 8
146
Section 9
158
Section 10
172
Section 11
185
Section 12
198
Section 13
214
Section 14
229
Section 15
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Agatha Christie is the world's best-known mystery writer. Her books have sold over a billion copies in the English language and another billion in 44 foreign languages. She is the most widely published author of all time in any language, outsold only by the Bible and Shakespeare.

Her writing career spanned more than half a century, during which she wrote 80 novels and short story collections, as well as 14 plays, one of which, The Mousetrap, is the longest-running play in history. Two of the characters she created, the brilliant little Belgian Hercule Poirot and the irrepressible and relentless Miss Marple, went on to become world-famous detectives. Both have been widely dramatized in feature films and made-for-TV movies.

Agatha Christie also wrote romantic novels under the pseudonym Mary Westmacott. As well, she wrote four non-fiction books including an autobiography and an entertaining account of the many expeditions she shared with her archaeologist husband, Sir Max Mallowan.

Agatha Christie died in 1976.

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