And then there were none by Agatha Christie

Agatha Christie writes yet another dark thriller called And then there were none.

This is a story of ten people guilty of murder and how they get invited by an eccentric millionaire to for a weekend getaway.

And then there were none

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The thrill starts the moment Agatha writes that this millionaire host is unknown to all of the guests and before the weekend is over none of these guests will be alive.

The only ones above suspicion are the ones who are already dead.

The tension lasts throughout the novel and right till the end.

The readers are left wondering if it is an act of the supernatural or is someone out of the ten invitees doing the killings but the story develops in a way that the moment you’re sure of the killer that suspect dies.

I’m very picky when it comes to thrillers but this is one of the best books by Agatha says Agatha herself and I completely agree with her.