Thursday, September 5, 2019

And Then There Were None

Author: Agatha Christie   
Stars: 3
Review by: MApgar

The most PC of the titles for this is one of her independent stories - nary a Poirot or Marple. 10 persons with shady backgrounds are invited to Indian Island, only to start dying 1 at a time in manners akin to the old nursery rhyme. Eventually all are dead and the truth is later found out via a message in a bottle - not wanting the guilty to go free, a person with a terminal illness arranged it all and killed themselves in a way to make it look like a related murder.

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