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One of my favorite bits about this well-written whodunnit? The Vera/Philip relationship. Two, young guests on Soldier Island who clearly have some attraction to one another. Christie sets up little hints until she turns it on its head and reminds both characters, "Oh yeah, either one of you could be a megalomaniacal murderer." Screw romance. Romance is dead. Christie is dedicated in this book to just making some macabre fun.
Well written and enjoyable.
I wish I could give it 4.5 stars. The only reason I didn't give it five is because it wasn't emotionally satisfying. I didn't connect with the characters and feel their fear as I have in other mysteries, but intellectually it was extremely satisfying.
I came to this book backwards after watching several movie versions.
And then there were none had several titles before settling as ten little people that change ethnicity and occupation. As one group no longer is politically correct it gets changed. So the version for me was ten little soldiers.
Basic story is an unlikely mix of characters have been lured to an island by various means. There they find out that there may be a nefarious plot that they soon become aware of.
The first time I read through, I was surprised to find that the story is not exactly what the movie portrays. Later I found that the book made more scene without the need of gimmicks.
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