Book Recommendation by Alistair Cross – AND THEN THERE WERE NONE by Agatha Christie

Posted: January 22, 2020 in books, Uncategorized
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I’ve often said that if Agatha Christie had chosen to commit murder in the real world, she of all people could have totally gotten away with it – and this book, And Then There Were None, exemplifies that to the nth degree.

In And Then There Were None, ten people are trapped on an island and are being killed off, one by one. Each of them has a horrendous crime in their past – one they got away with … until now. But who among them is taking justice into their own hands?

This is the kind of book you can read in one sitting – and chances are that once you start it, you’ll do just that. This book made me a Christie fan for life. Recommended for lovers of crime, mystery, and whodunits.

For more recommendations, visit Alistair Cross on Bookbub.

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