And Then There Were None
The greatest mystery by the greatest mystery-writer of them all – the crowning achievement of the ‘Queen of Crime’.
‘An island was a world of its own. A world, perhaps, from which you might never return.’
Ten people are invited to an island by a host that none of them has met. A recorded voice accuses each of them of a crime for which they were never punished. And then the dying begins. Cut off from the world, there is no escape from each other, or from themselves. And where no one is innocent, anyone might be the murderer, or the next victim …
Three-quarter bound in cloth with a printed textured paper front board
Set in Bell
Black & white title page spread and 15 integrated black & white illustrations, including 1 double-page spread
9˝ x 5¾˝