And Then There Were None Author:Agatha Christie Why had they been brought together? — Judge Wargrave had instructed a jury to hang a man everyone else thought innocent. — Vera Claythorne was a champion swimmer who had let a little boy drown. — General Macarthur had sent his wife's lover on a patrol that meant his certain finish. — Dr. Armstrong was haunted by the memory of a woman who died under ... more »his knife.
Captain Lombard had left twenty-one men to die under enemy fire.
Each of these house guests-as well as the five others who had been invited to Indian Island-had caused the death of a fellow human being.
After the first of them had been poisoned they began to understand the answer-they were all marked for-murder!« less