And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie is a novel about ten strangers who are all invited to a private island for the weekend and end up getting trapped on it. Each person has a record of murder is some way, even if it is not direct, but their crimes are not punishable by law. One by one, everyone gets killed and the killings are all based off of the popular nursery rhyme of “Ten Little Soldiers.'' They don’t know who the murderer is, but they know it must be someone amongst the ten of them. I personally really enjoyed this book! I haven’t read many mystery books, so this book definitely was the best way to get me hooked onto the genre. Something that I particularly liked was how the killings were all associated with a nursery rhyme because it just made it seem more eerie and connected. This book left me guessing until the very end and I would definitely recommend it to others!!

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