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Reflections on Christie’s Cards on the Table (1936)

N.B. SPOILER ALERT – There are a few spoilers about And Then There Were None in the second paragraph, as well as one mild spoiler about Cards on the Table. However, since this is not a normal review there is … Continue reading

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A Fiendishly Set Puzzle in The Decagon House Murders (1987) by Yukito Ayatsuji

‘They are on that fateful island now. Ah well, what’s the worst thing that could happen there?’ Considering this is a novel which openly acknowledges its mirroring of Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None (1939), these words could definitely … Continue reading

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“One of us in this very room is in fact the murderer” : And then there were none (1939; 2015)

Although having read and thoroughly enjoyed And Then There Were None (1939), last year, today was the first time I had seen it staged in the theatre. And Then There Were None has been staged many times over the years, … Continue reading

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