And then there were none

It was regarded by the author herself Agatha Christie as her most difficult yet most satisfying detective fiction novel ever written. And then there were none’s story started with visitors enjoying a supper and a nursery rhyme “Ten little niggers” was played which developed into accusing the visitors of a crime they have committed which was being recorded. Until then, killings took place within the visitors until there were none left.

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