I read this in an unusual way: a friend was blogging his way through it, and encouraging others to read just a chapter a day, and then comment on their thoughts of that chapter. If you’d like to do something similar, you can start at chapter one of And then there were none and follow along.
It’s an Agatha Christie novel, the only one of hers I’ve read. A murder mystery, with all the characters on an island: who is the murderer? It’s very hard to tell. I re-read the novel (it’s all explained in the final chapter) and – while the answer is there – it’s not reasonable to expect that a first-time reader would notice.
This one is an easy read, quite the page turner, and if you have a craving for a hard-to-solve murder mystery, it will certainly satisfy.