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Download And Then There Were None Free | READERS SECTIONThis story is told by faithful friend of Hercule Poirot. Old friends used to work together solving crimes, haven't seen each other for years. Captain Arthur Hastings has married and left for South Africa. Poirot himself already retired and worked as private detective. Hastings was passing through London and decided to visit an old friend at his new apartments. Capitan had noticed that Poirot had not changed a lot — famous detective still wit, his mustache still big and beautiful, and he still helps police with their investigations. During the meeting of former colleagues Poirot received a letter from a criminal who challenged him.
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It is a classical detective novel full of suspense and plot twists. As usual, A. Christie demonstrates great attention to details and knowledge of human psychology. The book is intriguing from the very beginning. A wealthy old man Richard Abernethie dies after a long illness. After the funeral his numerous relatives gather to hear the will.
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