"To Kill A Mockingbird describes the life of a young Southern girl during the 1930s. Scout Finch’s life turns upside down when her lawyer father takes on a case to defend an innocent black man in court. Only six years old, Scout is forced to grow u..."
"Ten strangers trapped on an island are murdered, one by one. Plots similar to this one usually end with the boring, obvious killer that the reader guessed long before. But, Christie’s writing is neither boring nor obvious as she leaves the reader ..."