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And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
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Apr 30, 2011

really liked it
Read from May 07 to 12, 2011

I have found this book listed among the best mystery stories ever written
Ten carefully selected people from different walks of life are lured to spend a few days of vacation in an island off the England coast, and then murdered one after another until then there were none, the murdered understands that these people deserved to be killed due to some actions performed in their pasts. This quick, witty, read, features the classical whodunit structure, explores each person individual fear and the worsening of the relationship between the characters as the murdering process progresses killing one at a time employing different methods. It gives no clue at who might be the killer, who is disclosed in the epilogue

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