And Then There Were None
Agatha Christies And Then There Were None:
And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie, was about ten people chosen to go on an Island vacation. Their host (or hostess) is unknown. AKA U.N. Owen. One by one the guests die off in ordinance with the poem about the ten little Indians. After searching the Island from top to bottom and finding nothing, they come to the conclusion that it must be one of them, but who and why
The killer seemed to be Dr. Armstrong. The first two murders were dead giveaways (no pun intended). After Anthony Marston was poisoned, it was Dr. Armstrong who identified the poison. Potassium cyanide. The only way he could he known that was if he put it there himself because it has no odor. The other of course would not have known that. The poison could also be very accusable to the doctor. In Mrs. Rogers case, (the 2nd murder) the doctor gave her what was said to sleeping pills, but they could easily have been something else. Who would really know
General MacArthur was the next to be killed . He was not poisoned, but hit on the head with a lifesaver.
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