A Christie Puzzle for the Summer: The Answers

Last week I posted a Christie themed puzzle for blog readers to test their wits against. Got to keep those little grey cells in peak condition after all, haven’t we?

I also promised to put the answers up this week and remarkably I have actually managed to remember to do this!

If you’ve not had a chance to work the puzzle out, then click here.

If you’re chomping at the bit to see whether you got the puzzle right or not, keep reading…

Stage 1 of this puzzle required you to match each mentioned character from And Then There Were None, with the correct method of death and the correct object, avoiding the red herring false answers. So to start off with here are those answers below:

The second part of the puzzle involved finding the words in bold (on the original puzzle grid) in the word search given, of course ignoring the red herring words. So below is the word search with the relevant found words highlighted:

So how did you do? Were you a modern day Miss Marple or Hercule Poirot? Or perhaps a keen Captain Hastings?

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