I have always wanted to read an Agatha Christie mystery, having heard wonderful things about her stories. I chose this one, And Then There Were None, because I saw so many posts about it being, perhaps, her best ever. It's about 10 people, strangers to each other, summoned to an island house for different reasons known to each of them. It soon becomes clear that they have each been a party to someone else's death during their lifetimes and this is the day of their "atonement", if you will. I will write no more about the plot because I try never to spoil for anyone... Suffice to say that I did enjoy it, wondered very much who done it and will next read something with Miss Marple in the story, as that will be another "first" for me.