And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

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And Then There Were None is a mystery novel that was written by Agatha Christie. The novel was first published by the Collins Crime Club in the United Kingdom in November 1939 as Ten Little Niggers. The book is one of the most ingenious thrillers that fit even in today’s time. It is the most astonishingly, ingenious, impudent and ingenious work of Christie. With the correct amount of suspense and twists, the presented book is a must-read for mystery lovers.

And Then There Were None is a mystery novel that was written by Agatha Christie. The novel was first published by the Collins Crime Club in the United Kingdom in November 1939 as Ten Little Niggers. The book is one of the most ingenious thrillers that fit even in today’s time. It is the most astonishingly, ingenious, impudent and ingenious work of Christie. With the correct amount of suspense and twists, the presented book is a must-read for mystery lovers.

The Summary of the Book And Then There Were None

After receiving an invitation, eight people arrived on a small and isolated island off the Devon coast. On reaching the destination there they met by the butler and, cook and housekeeper. They explained to their guests that the host Mr and Mrs UN Owen have not yet arrived however, they have left instructions. A framed copy of the old rhymes ‘Ten Little Niggers’ hung in each of the guestrooms. At the supper when all guests discover that none of them have known Owen and the name ‘U N Owen’ is a play on ‘Unknown’, then they realize that something was not right. Then a sequence of murders was started which was similar to the incidences written in the rhymes. Who is the killer? Who plans the murder or is there any murder on the island? To know the answers to these questions, get your hand on the book.

About the Author

Agatha Christie is one of the best-selling authors of all time. She had written 66 crime novels and story collections, 14 plays, and 6 novels in Romance. Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller was born in England as the youngest child. During the First World War, she had served in a Devon hospital as a nurse. Then during World War II, at University College Hospital, Agatha worked as a pharmacy assistant. Working as a nurse for years she acquired a good knowledge of poisons which she featured in many of her novels. Two characters Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple were very famous characters from her another novel The Mysterious Affair at Styles.

 

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