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She also wrote six romances under the name Mary Westmacott, but she is best remembered for the 66 detective novels and 14 short story collections she wrote under her own name, most of which revolve around the investigations of such characters as Hercule Poirot, Miss Jane Marple and Tommy and Tuppence. She also wrote the world's longest-running play, The Mousetrap. Although initially unsuccessful at getting her work published, in , The Bodley Head press published her novel The Mysterious Affair at Styles, featuring the character of Poirot. This launched her literary career. Her novels have sold roughly 4 billion copies, and her estate claims that her works rank third, after those of William Shakespeare and the Bible, as the world's most-widely published books.
By Agatha Christie. One of the most famous and beloved mysteries from the queen of suspense, Agatha Christie! More than million copies sold and now a Lifetime TV movie. Ten people, each with something to hide and something to fear, are invited to a isolated mansion on Indian Island by a host who, surprisingly, fails to appear.
On the island they are cut off from everything but each other and the inescapable shadows of their own past lives. One by one, the guests share the darkest secrets of their wicked pasts. And one by one, they die…. Open navigation menu. Close suggestions Search Search. User Settings. Skip carousel. Carousel Previous. Carousel Next.
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Arguably the best mystery story ever written. Ten people — all strangers — are lured to a mansion on a private island. Each person has a criminal history. They share their secrets, and one by one, they die. About the author. Agatha Christie, was an english detective novelist and playwright.
Her books have sold more than million copies and have been translated into some languages. In addition to her celebrated Poirot and Miss Marple, Christie also created amateur detectives Thomas Beresford and his wife, Prudence. Related authors. Related Categories. Serial Killers. Start your free trial. Page 1 of 1. I really loved this book and would recommend this to almost anyone. There were a lot of twists and everything fits together so well even if you don't see it until the end.
It's a book worth reading for a second time. Started and finished in a day! It was a fast and easy read. So glad I finally picked this one up! I had such high expectations after Murder on the Orient Express that I was looking forward to another unconventional whodunnit.
Most other reviewers, and perhaps most of its million readers, disagree. They enjoy it for the ingenuity of the plot, or the moral questions raised about how one can dispense justice. On the first point, as I could not connect with any of the characters, I lacked any interest in identifying the murderer. On the second point, the moral question arose in my mind as more of a brief afterthought than a deep analysis.
What saves this novel, for me, is the surprise ending. The problem is I don't read novels solely for their endings. It's been seven years since I last read this and I somehow forgot who did this and it drove me nuts until I got to the end!
It's a real windinger of a mystery that you have to be a genius to even begin to solve. Ten strangers are invited to Indian island under "murky" circumstances, they soon found out that their mysterious host Mr. U N Owen unknown hasn't bothered to show. Too late they realize that something is afoot and the guests begin to die off one at a time. Whose behind it? Is there someone else on the island?
Is it one of them? The deaths get more and more outlandish and they all start to crack. Who would do such a thing? It's dark, deep, and one hell of a mystery. A classic that will never go out of style! What a wonderful piece of writing! So simple, yet so complex a plot which kept me guessing and second guessing right to the end. A writer at the very top of her game. I just wonder why I waited so long to read this.
Bravo Agatha! Klassieke verhaal van 10 verschillende mensen die naar Indian Island, voor de kust van Devon, worden geroepen en een voor een worden vermoord; onderhoudend en spannend, maar niet goed uitgewerkt. Well-plotted mystery but the writing can be awkward and annoying - especially when the author reveals what the characters are thinking. I remember reading this a few years back and thinking this was the best mystery novel I've ever read.
It still is! Agatha Christie really knew how to write a mystery novel of the ages. You're kept guessing even after the end. My absolute favorite Christie novel. Skillfully woven in the surest of hands, this mystery will keep you guessing. Another one I read a long time ago -- my grandmother introduced me to Agatha Christie and I probably first read this while in high school.
Around the time this edition was published there was a movie version, and so I probably read it again at that time.
Lots of suspense and the typical complicated Christie plot. The characters, setting, and most importantly the plot were absolutely amazing! I don't know if I would have been able to figure out the murderer was, but I was too captivated by the story to even try, but it was most definitely one fo the most mysterious and captivating novels I've ever read!
Being a book lover and an avid reader, I've obviously heard of Agatha Christie many times. For whatever reason, I was scared to pick up a book from her and read it, but i'm really glad I did. While I didn't love this book, I still really enjoyed it, esp. I knew once hearing about Gretchen McNeil's retelling of this story, that I needed to read this classic first, to get a full understanding of the re-telling. Agatha Christie def. I know Agatha is known to be the Queen of Mystery and I guess I wanted more mystery from this story, instead, the ending kinda felt left open and not having a consise and solid answer, but more of a :take what you will" from it kind of resolution, and I had expected and wanted more.
I felt like I saw all the twists and turns coming which in my opinion a great mystery makes you think something's going to happen, but then takes you in the complete and opposite direction.
I definitely want to read more from Agatha Christie, and like I said, I did enjoy the book, and It was a quick read, I just amped it up to be something that fell a bit short for me in the end.
One of Christie's best. While reading it, I could not help but think it would make an excellent movie directed by the Coen Brothers. High was my introduction to the whodunit genre, and this story has stuck with me ever since. The book doesn't have the same impact as the play, the writing seems very dated and stodgy, but the intricacy of the plot still shines through. This book is quintessentially vintage Agatha Christie. It's nearly impossible to guess who the killer is until the very end and the method of choice how the murders are done are very original.
It can be a little bit difficult to keep up with all of the characters especially as there isn't much development. I actually read the book twice back-to-back and that really helped me make more sense of everything the second time through. It's definitely a good enough read that you won't be bored going back over it again a second time.
It's almost even more interesting the second time around once you know what's happening. I don't how she is able to keep the tension so palpable throughout the entire book but keep it she does. It's nearly impossible to put the book down once you've started and I'd challenge anyone to solve the mystery before the final page. I found the book contrived and inelegant. We know nothing about the characters who gather on an island for a variety of reasons, some pretty far-fetched. The tension is well maintained, but I don't care about any of the characters.
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By Agatha Christie. Claire Halliwell lives a quiet country life with her dogs. A conscientious and popular parish worker, she takes everything in her stride—even when Sir Gerald Lee, the man she loves, marries Vivien, a glamorous city girl. When Claire learns that Vivien is having an affair, her sense of duty to Gerald is stretched to the limit! Open navigation menu.
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First published: Europe teeters on the brink of war. Ten strangers are invited to Soldier Island, an isolated rock near the Devon coast.
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By Agatha Christie. One of the most famous and beloved mysteries from the queen of suspense, Agatha Christie! More than million copies sold and now a Lifetime TV movie.
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