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And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
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Nov 12, 2010

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Our visiting writer in November found this in our house library and raved about it. It definitely is a quick read and a change of pace. I like the fact that Christie introduces all of her characters in the very beginning and then sets the stage for the story by showing individually how each character gets to the boat which will carry them all to the island.

This is the story that some murder mystery theaters base themselves off of--- a group of people are locked into a space and then start dying one by one. the killer must be among them, but who?! Dun dun dunnnnnn....

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message 1: by DeAnna (new)

DeAnna I read this when I was really young, I went through an Agatha Christie Stage. I really loved her books!

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