And Then There Were None (1939) by Agatha Christie

A very enjoyable mystery. The characters were distinct (tricky with a large cast in a short novel like this), the pace was brisk, the mystery itself wasn’t too illogical (a more perceptive reader than me may have been able to work out the culprit before the ending). I really enjoyed the sense of atmosphere too – not that I’d exactly like to visit this particular island!

I give it three toy soldiers and a revolver.

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