review: and then there were none by agatha christie

“One little soldier boy left all alone; He went and hanged himself and then there were None.”

This is a spoiler-free review which can also be viewed HERE.

Praised as the Queen of Mystery I was intrigued at how Agatha Christie wrote her books. Lately I had a thrill for mystery crimes and after doing a bit of research – and the help of a friend – I got to read And Then There Were None (previously published as Ten Little Niggers after the British blackface song but then renamed because of the massively racist meaning). This book was a light read overall with only 300 pages that I would have managed to read in one sitting was it not for my way too busy work life.

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