And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie Ebook (PDF & EPUB Format)
first, there were ten—an inquisitive variety of outsiders brought as end of the week visitors to a little private island off the bank of Devon. Their host, a capricious tycoon obscure to every one of them, is mysteriously absent. All that the visitors share practically speaking is a mischievous past they’re reluctant to uncover—and a mystery that will seal their destiny. For every ha been set apart for homicide. A popular nursery rhyme is surrounded and hung in each room of the chateau:
“Ten young men went out to eat; One gagged his little self and afterward there were nine. Nine young men sat up late; One slept in himself and afterward there were eight. Eight young men going in Devon; One said he’d remain there then there were seven. Seven young men cleaving up sticks; One hacked himself into equal parts and afterward there were six. Six young men playing with a hive; A honey bee stung one and afterward there were five. Five young men going in for law; One got in Chancery and afterward there were four. Four young men venturing out onto the ocean; A distraction gulped one and afterward there were three. Three young men strolling in the zoo; A major lovingly squeezed one and afterward there were two. Two young men sitting in the sun; One got frizzled up and afterward there was one. One young man disregarded all; He went out and hanged himself and afterward there were none.”
At the point when they understand that murders are happening as depicted in the rhyme, dread mounts. Individually they fall prey. Before the end of the week is out, there will be none. Who has arranged this devious plan? What’s more, who will be left to tell the story? Just the dead are unquestionably sound.
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