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And Then There Were None (The Agatha Christie Collection) Copy 3.

And Then There Were None (The Agatha Christie Collection) Copy 3.

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And Then There Were None (The Agatha Christie Collection) Copy 3.

by Christie., Agatha

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Planet Three Publishing, London, 2003-01-01. Reprint. 1st. Thus.. Hardcover. GD++/VG+/ND. Office HARDBACK ""PART 4 IN THE AGATHA CHRISTIE COLLECTION SERIES,"" SHIPPED FROM THE UK* Edition: Reprint 1st. thus.* Pub: Planet Three Publishing.* Publication Date:- 2002-2004. (1939)* Binding and cover condition: Mid-green paper covered boards with small inset colour vignette of an isolated seaside house to the front board, gilt title to black spine strip and to face. No rubs or dents to covers, minimal shelf wear to inside edges of boards. VG+* Jacket condition: No dust wrapper, (as issued).* Contents condition: PRIVATE COPY NOT EX-LIBRARY. Patterned and coloured end papers (blue-green marbling). Clean, crisp, tight and bright with no reading wear, no marks to text, some tanning to page margins and edges. No other visible faults. GD++* Illustrations: None.* Pages: 187 pp. text. viii pp. blank at rear.* Description: The book is the world's best-selling mystery. Eight personalities are invited to a remote island house where they are met by two staff who have been hired to look after them. It becomes apparent that none of them know their hosts a Mr & Mrs U.N.Owen who have not yet arrived. Ten figurines sit on the dining room table & copies of the nursey rhyme “Ten Little Niggers” are found in their rooms. After their first meal a gramophone recording is played which accuses all of them as murderers. As the days pass, they die one by one and each death is marked by the destruction or disappearance of one of the figurines. It was first published in the UK as a book by Collins Crime Club in 1939 with the title “Ten Little Niggers.” * A NEAR FINE text copy with only minor cover wear reducing it to VG+. No dust jacket (as issued).*


And Then There Were None is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie and first published in the United Kingdom by the Collins Crime Club on 6 November 1939 under the title of Ten Little Niggers and in the United States by Dodd, Mead and Company in January 1940 under the title of And Then There Were None. During the novel, ten people, who previously committed murder but escaped due to technicalities, are tricked into coming onto an island.


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And Then There Were None (The Agatha Christie Collection) Copy 3.
Christie., Agatha
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Reprint. 1st. Thus.
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