Monday, June 8, 2015

Ten Little Indians, by Agatha Christie

Read, reviewed, and sent to another Bookcrosser in September, 2007

It was a fascinating mystery, with ten not-so-innocent victims and one unseen assailant, whose modus operandi was governed by a nursery rhyme.

Ten strangers were individually summoned to spend a luxury vacation on a private island, at the expense of a mysterious benefactor. Each of them had a framed copy of the same nursery rhyme in his or her bedroom, and on the dining room table was a centerpiece of ten porcelain Indian figurines, which began disappearing as the guests began dying.

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