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And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie And Then There Were None, is a intriguing murder mystery novel that follows the lines of a poem called "Ten Little Indians". The story is intricately written to help keep the reader in complete suspense in the start to end. The publication involves eight people being mysteriously invited to spend a summer vacation on "Indian Island". One of the eight are a judge (Justice John Wargrave), physician (Edward James Armstrong), army overall (General John Macarthur), former inspector/current personal detective (William Blore), mercenary (Phillip Lombard), young wealthy athlete (Tony Marston), spiritual girl (Emily Brent), and also a schoolteacher (Vera Claythorne). Furthermore, a married couple consisting of a butler (Thomas Rogers) plus a maid (Ethel Rogers) are both already present on the island. With the exclusion of the Rogers', merely the sponsor, who's expected to arrive at the next day, is absent. As the guests start speaking, they discover that all of them were encouraged by a Mr. U.N. Owen. Wargrave surmises that their host's name is untrue since it so closely resembles the term "unknown." The other guests agree, and tension starts to build. Another puzzle is the fact that every one of the guests has seen a poem named "Ten Little Indians" in every one of the rooms, and strangely enough, it appears that there are ten small Indian statuettes arranged at the dinner table. It doesn't take long for each of their guests to realize that the poem and also statuettes are representative for every one of them. With departure of the first night's dinner, the team hears a mysterious voice Donating every one among them to a specific murder. A phonograph i.. .