Book #28: And Then There Were None

I found this novel at the thrift store and nabbed it. I have not read much mystery at all but figured Agatha Christie was a great place to start. And Then There Were None is her most popular novel, though once I started reading about her, I recognized a lot of her titles. This novel is about ten individuals that are brought to a mansion on an island by a mysterious host. Shortly after arriving, the members of the party begin to die one by one, with those left alive scrambling to figure out what’s going on. It was an engaging, plot-driven novel that kept me reading, eager for the denouement. It was a quick read and entertaining (though I wasn’t convinced by the wrap-up…) and it’d be fun to read more by Christie in the future. 

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