And Then There Were None
Publish date: July 25th 2012
Pages no: 230
Edition language: English
Is this the best Christie? I don't know. Some people will argue. But I can say that this, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, and Murder on the Orient Express are in my top favorite of Christie's works. "And Then There Were None" is a classic for a reason. Besides getting some locked room mysteries, you...
I wanted to read this because I went to see a play based on the book a while ago and I was curious about the book itself. So, of course, although I knew what happened in the play, I couldn’t know exactly how things would play out in the book. This is one of Christie’s standalone mystery novels. Th...
Continuing my November is vintage murder theme. This is one of the first mysteries I read. As a locked-room mystery, is it still great? Or have I passed my personal golden age of crime so long ago?
2008 November 11
It is still great. Least probable book ever, but a rea...
And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie To start, And Then There Were None is the first ever Agatha Christie book I've read. But it's not like I've never known about her--you'd have to literally live in a cave to not know about one of literature's best mystery authors. It just never crossed ...
Seriously, though...who do I need to bribe in order to get Dan Stevens to read all the audiobooks?