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This week for What to Read Wednesday I’m recommending another author who has great mysteries and thrillers: Agatha Christie.
It’s hard to say what her most well known work was because her accomplishments include Hercule Poirot stories, Murder on the Orient Express, The ABC Murders, and my personal favorite And Then There Were None.
nd Then There Were None is a perfect story to read around Halloween. It takes place in a big mansion, brings together strangers with questionable pasts, and a murderer no one can see picking off the 10 guests one by one.
And Then There Were None has many adaptations and parodies. You may feel like you’ve seen this done 1000 times in movies or books but Christie is the originator of this story and the original is worth a read.
It’s a story that will send shivers down your spine and leave you guessing until the end to figure out who the murderer is.
And if you like And Then There Were None, check out Christie’s other novels and short stories. You won’t be disappointed!
The old movie, Ten Little Indians, was based on And Then There Were None.
(And watch Clue. It was definitely inspired by Christie’s story but is more hilarious than scary).
More Movies Based on Agatha Christie Stories:
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