And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

attwnThis classic whodunit is the reason for my love of murder mysteries. My grandmother loves reading Agatha Christie’s novels and her and I discuss them at length. Also known as Ten Little Indians, ATTWN is one of Christie’s stand alone stories that have become a basic recipe for any number of popular murder mystery movies and books.

Ten strangers are lured to a remote island; murder ensues, they all begin to realize the ties they have to the mysterious host and each other until no one is left but the clues.

The ending of this book really threw me for a loop considering I thought I was being so careful of picking up on clues here and there.

If you love a good head scratcher without having to commit to a long relationship with a detective series then I think this is the book for you.

Agatha Christie

(Picture by Mod-Lyn, on a Rolling Waves table cloth I crocheted. Pattern by Bella Coco)

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