Book Review: And Then There Were None

By, Kathrina Tate

And Then There Were None by, Agatha Christie is an all-time classic. One of the bestselling mystery authors, Agatha Christie, lives on through her unnamable twists. And Then There Was None, also published as The Ten Little Indians, is about ten people who mysteriously get a letter from a man named U.N. Owen. This man invites them for a weekend getaway to an Island called Indian island. But once there everyone starts to die off. Is there a killer or is it just a coincidence?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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