And Then There Were None

I am not sure when I got a copy of And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie, but it’s been on my shelf for a while. I have made dents in my TBR bookshelf this summer, both by culling and by reading. This slim volume is a classic and I’m surprised that I haven’t ever read it. I’m glad I did, though at first all the characters were confusing, but it turned out that a good mystery is a good mystery and, for me, this one held up. I am not going to be running out to grab any other Agatha Christie’s, but it certainly was gripping and I didn’t guess the ending by a long shot.

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