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Agatha Christies And Then There Were None published by Washington Square Press is regarded by most critics to be her masterpiece After publishing almost eighty books this was the one she was truly most proud of Why Mainly because critics have quoted it to have sold more copies than Shakespeare and the Bible However Christie has so much more to be proud of in this novel With an outstanding mysterymurder plot combined with a dark cryptic setting involving many deranged guests one can see she has accomplished a lot in this novelTen guests are invited to a mysterious island called Indian Island Each guest was sent invitations that were signed by people they had met before Once the visitors arrived at the island and were aquatinted with each other they found out that their host UN Owen Unknown had not arrived yet At dinner a strange voice was heard accusing each of them of a murder and which they were all guilty of This is the rising action of the story One by one each guest is killed off by the anonymous murderer according to a famous nursery rhyme As more people are killed off one by one the group narrows the suspect list down Hence defining the classic Who Done It mystery novelThe Characters in And Then There Were None are the ones who make the book come to life Because this novel follows the Who Done It theme there are the few obvious characters 1 The inspector always trying to get an accusation across as to who the murderer isof course never correct 2 The doctor Devon Islands answer to the question nobody ever asked 3 The old married couple Mr Mrs Rogers always passionate to others until a guest discovers an eerie secret 4 The murderer Justice Wargrave finally the one guest that is portrait as the most obvious until he dies then comes back to life This person always remains
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