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Enjoyed And Then There Were None? Try these stories next!

We've put together a list of some of Agatha Christie's greatest works for you to explore if you enjoyed And Then There Were None. And Then There Were None is one of Christie's best-known stories, but there are plenty more mysteries to choose from.

The Murder of Roger Ackroyd: Written early in Christie's career, this controversial novel turned Christie from a moderately successful writer to a bestselling phenomenon.

Murder on the Orient Express: When Hercule Poirot's train is stuck in a snowdrift, a man who got away with murder is slain, and an eclectic mix of suspects surround him.

Crooked House: One of Christie's personal favourites! A wealthy old man dies and each member of his family has a different reason for wanting him dead.

Death on the Nile: A love triangle gone horribly wrong, a scorned woman out for revenge, a jewel robbery, embezzlement, a secret agent, blackmail, and a bunch of star-crossed couples, all on an Egyptian cruise marred by multiple murder.

Murder is Easy: A serial killer haunts a small town, committing perfectcrimes that look like natural deaths and accidents, and the chief suspect is the last person one would ever expect.

Appointment with Death: A sadistic woman dies mysteriously on a trip to Petra, and her traumatized children are all suspects.

The Moving Finger: When anonymous poison pen letters get a small village in an uproar, it's up to Miss Marple to find out who is spreading malicious lies and causing deaths.

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