Everytime I speak to someone about Agatha Christie's books, the first title that comes to their minds is Roger Ackroyd's Murder. Although it's a spectacular novel, I think 'And Then There Were None', beats it in terms of mystery, psychological aspects, not only concerning to the characters, but also to the environment the story involves. I simply love this kind of plot and I'd like to know if anyone knows a similar story to read. It can be one from Agatha's or from another good author. Can somebody help me?
Hard to choose one, so mine are:1) The ABC Murders2) The Clocks3) Nemesis
Definitely the best Christie I have read yet (and I haven't read them all). Great characters, plot, suspense. Even better the second time around, because the clues are so obvious! As old Wargrave said, everything pointed in one direction. And yet, the story is so cleverly constructed, throwing suspicion on one character after another ... then eliminating each character from suspicion, one by one, with the suspense building all the time ... that most readers can't see any possible solution in the end. And yet there is a solution, and it all fits together very, very well.
I liked it, I liked the Characters and the Plot and the setting, I thought it was a Clever idea and simple, My Brother says It is logical Agatha Christie would write Labours of Hercules and It is 1uite natural she would write something like this, It must be good to make Television people want to do a Version NINE Times, and the Idea has been used in an Episode of Remington Steele, Having Praised it so Highly I still wouldn't put it in my Top 10.
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SPOILERS!!!!Wargrave was my favorite character! He was the only one who could calm my nerves down. I trusted him! Eh...
OMG, I loved reading this comment , I actually read it out in an accent and pronounced the "eh" .
but I agree, I trusted him too , he got under my skin bt he seemed toooo calm to be the killer, I wanted to cry when I found out