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gatha Christie, the author of "And then there were None" is called the Queen of Mystery by those who have read her books. In addition to, "And then there were None", Agatha Christie has written many books, which include "ABC Murders", "Body in the Library", Easy to Kill" and "Towards Zero".
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rent, the family name of Emily, the 65 year old daughter of a Colonel, and definitely not happy with the way the world is going now. She liked every thing as it was 45 years ago, when children did what their parents told them to and when everyone respected their elders, but now Ö..

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oronerís inquest having turned her life upside down, Vera Claythorne has had tough luck so far in her life. She does not have a lot of money, and has had trouble finding a job after the inquest. Even though she had been acquitted, people still look at her funny when she walks down the street.
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octor Armstrong, a former doctor who likes time to think. Whenever he thinks about the past one of the first things to pop into his mind is the fact alcohol ruined his life. If only he hadnít had a couple of drinks before operating on his patient, he might not have accidentally killed him.

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veryone was dead when the police got to the Island. Nobody could figure out what happened. The police did not find any suicide notes and searched the island a couple of times. The police found no-one in hiding and were left open-mouthed and clueless.
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red Narracott was the boatman who took everyone to the island on his boat. As he told the police, as far as he knew he was the only one who had taken anyone over to the Island.
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eneral Macarthur, loved war and was disappointed when he had to stop fighting on the battle grounds. War was his life. He loved the smell, the sounds and the feel of battle. In fact he craved to kill again.
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elpless, the guests on the island were prey to the killer, they couldnít get off the island because there was no boat. Hiding was out of the question due to the bad storm, and they did not know who the killer was, so everyone was under suspicion.
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ndian Island was purchased under the name U.N. Owen and nobody knew who it was. All the tabloids were saying royalty had bought the island or some eccentric millionaire, but nobody really knew who it was.
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ustice Wargrave, was a judge. You could say he was a murderer, even though he never killed anybody himself. He just sentenced people to death. He was a mean and intimidating judge which he used as an advantage over the others.
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illed, everyone on the island was terrified of being killed. They trusted nobody and suspected everybody. With the killerís identity being unknown, only one person went to the bathroom or to walk around while the rest waited together so there was no chance of being a victim.
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ombard was an ex-soldier who liked firearms. He had brought one to the island for his own protection he told everyone, but I doubt anyone believed him. So they locked away the gun and any other weapons and no single person was able to open the lock.
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arston was the youngest guest who liked to do things fast without thinking first. He liked speed and alcohol. He was very good at prejudging people and liked to be at the centre of attention. He was favoured by women and he knew it.
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obody, not even the butler Mr. Rogers and his wife, who had been hired to take care of things on the island, knew who U.N. Owen was. Although he or she was expected to show up soon after all the guests arrived on the island.
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pen-mouthed the detectives from Scotland Yard were, when they had no evidence only ten corpses and their personal diaries. The detectives were unable to explain that there was no murderer, but all the people definitely had been murdered.
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erson or persons unknown on the island was using a false pretense so nobody would suspect that person as the murderer which was why it was difficult for the murderer to be discovered.
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ueasiness was felt by