On December 3, 1926, Agatha Christie, famous Britist mystery novelist, disappears. That year she and her husband disputed over his wish to leave their marriage to marry someone else. On December 3 her husband left their house to spend the weekend with his mistress. That same evening, around 9:45 pm, Christie also left her home. Her car was found abandoned later. Christie was found on December 14 but without any memory of the circumstances of her disappearance. And Then There Were None is Christie’s best-selling novel, with over 100 million sales presently. It serves as something that encapsulates how Christie balances terror with playful grusomeness with a dollop of mystery.

Book Title: And Then There Were None

Book Author: Christie, Agatha

Dewey Decimal Call Number: MYS CHR

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