A Review of AND THERE HAVE BEEN None, a Mystery Novel by Agatha ChristieA Review of AND THERE HAVE BEEN None, a Mystery Novel by Agatha Christie

A Review of AND THERE HAVE BEEN None, a Mystery Novel by Agatha Christie

And Then THERE HAVE BEEN None

Not long ago i read a mystery publication by the brand of "AND

THERE HAVE BEEN None" by Agatha Christie. I go through this book

because I've read other literature by Agatha Christie which were

pretty well written.

Ten persons are invited to an island, called "Indian

Island", by letters which were signed by persons that they had met

before. If they surely got to the island, they discovered that

their host, U.N.Owen, hadn't arrived yet. At evening meal, they

heard a tone of voice, accusing all of them of a murder, that they

had been all guilty of. After one of these is killed, according

to the first of all verse of a poem that's framed above each of

their beds called "Ten Minor Indians", they find out that

the murderer is certainly one of these! As more persons are killed off,

one at a time, the group narrows the suspect list down,

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