Wednesday, July 13, 2016

"And Then There Were None" by Agatha Christie

What are the motives behind the murders of all the guests? Each of the guests is guilty of a crime, but not one that could be prosecuted in a court of law. Does each receive his/her just deserts? In other words, has true justice been accomplished by the end of the novel? Is the murderer insane as all the guests claim? Or is he/she acting with clear-headed logic and rationality?

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