“And Then There Were None” is the 26th crime novel by Agatha Christie. It appeared in the United Kingdom on November 6, 1939 in the Collins Crime Club under the title “Ten Little Niggers”.
In this novel, ten people die one after the other who have been involved in unexplained deaths in their lives, as in the counting rhyme “Ten Little Negroes” or “Ten Little Indians” from 1868.
With over 100 million copies sold, this novel is Christie’s best-selling work. Among the best-selling books of all time, it occupies one of the top spots and is the best-selling crime novel of all time.
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