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tiny bee swarming around. As she puts her hear on the table, she hears footsteps behind her but thinks nothing of them. Then, all of a sudden, she begins to feel faint right before she is pricked by a bee. When the others find her at the table, they realize that she is dead, yet it really wasn?t a bee who killed her?it was really a poison injected into her neck to kill her instantly. Instantly, Vera picks up on the clue concerning the supposed bee stings, which appertains to the poem, ?10 Little Indians?, for the ?Six little boys were playing with a hive? and Emily was the sixth victim to be killed. This novel by Agatha Christie, And Then There Were None must be one of the greatest mystery books ever written and is definitely high up there on my personal list of favorite books.

Her descriptions kept me from putting the book down and kept me up till the early hours of the morning. An exceptional book this was, for I have never been scared of anything in my whole life; not even did Silence of the Lambs give me a tiny chill! For all you fellow Times readers: I encourage you to run to your nearest library or bookstore and pick up a copy of this fantastic book. I guarantee that you will love it and will not be able to put it down. Just be careful to look around your shoulder once or twice throughout the book?you never know who might be there… Bibliography Christie, Agatha. And Then There Was None