And Then There Were None

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One of the most significant works of Agatha Christie, the book is a mysterious book which follows the mysterious disappearance of a millionaire. In the book, a millionaire hosts a party on the weekend. But the strange things is about the fact is that no one knows where the host is. And the host is nowhere to see. As the time passes, one by one the guests begin dying. They are all charged with murder, and only those who are dead are not placed under suspicion.

What makes this book stand out?

The book is interlaced with many aspects of a story, which is not found in other thriller and mystery novels.

Read it for

The book is thrilling and mysterious. This story makes you flip page after page until you’re at the end of the story.

Don't read it for

The book has murder and is focused on crime, as many of Christie’s books. The book may be a little too violent for some readers.

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