And Then There Were None

Ten strangers are invited to an island by the mysterious U.N. Owen. All are accused of murder and slowly, inexorably, the nursery rhyme comes to fruition, and they begin to die, until there are none. Here’s Agatha Christie at her best with her classic drawing room murder mystery, with extra tension to boot. David Horovitch acts out all the parts, quietly communicating the hints and nuances of Christie’s well-known tale. As each character claims innocence, Horovitch adds a touch of cynicism to voice and story. Yet the mysterious murderer remains unknown until the very last syllable is uttered.

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