To mix things up a little on the blog I thought I would give you a puzzle to keep your little grey cells in shape over the summer and what better than a puzzle themed around Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None (1939), which is aptly set in August and of course has a group of people going off a summer jaunt to an island. Safe to say that is the sort of holiday no one wants!
But back to the puzzle. It has two parts. First up you have to match each character with the correct method of death and the correct object/experience related to themselves. Beware though! Some red herrings have also been included in lists B and C, to add confusion. Once completed look for the words in bold in the word search, not forgetting to ignore those pesky false clues. You may wish to print the grid out to do the second half of the puzzle or more technological folk might have a way of doing it on screen.
I’ll post the answers next week. Good luck!