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Ten strangers, with apparently nothing in common, are lured to an exclusive island mansion by the mysterious U.N. Owen. Over dinner, a voice on a gramophone record accuses each guest of hiding a guilty and terrible secret. That evening, one of the party is found murdered and the tension escalates as the survivors realise the killer is not only among them, but is preparing to strike again… and again…

Agatha Christie is the most popular novelist in the world. With total sales of 2 billion books (and 4 million a year selling in the 21st Century) she is outranked only by Shakespeare and The Bible.  Her masterpiece And Then There Were None remains her best-selling individual title in the UK.

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