Revelations of Secrets in And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

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Mystery: something that has been or cannot be explained. Murder: the unlawful premeditated killing of one human being by another. What do you think happens to people who get away with murder? Why, they pay for it, of course! No secrets stay hidden forever, especially, in Agatha Christie’s, And Then There Were None. Agatha Christie’s captivating novella, And Then There Were None, focuses on an oddly mixed group as they step foot on Indian Island and experience profound events that makes them realize they bargained far more than then their time when they agreed to stay. It seems as if the media couldn’t get enough of the island off the coast of Devon, Indian Island, a place of luxury and relaxation, the perfect summer getaway or so it seemed. Ten ordinary individuals left their houses to take a boat ride for a trip to Indian Island, six of them thought they were there for employment and the rest thought they were there to pass time for the duration of the summer; at least that’s what the letters they received told them. Prior to their arrival, nothing is amiss; the island lived up to ...

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