And Then There Were None
by Agatha Christie
And Then There Were None Resources
Visit Christie's official website to get the scoop on the master of mystery.
If you prefer mashing buttons to reading, you can also live out the Agatha Christie classic novel in video game form.
Head on over to HarperCollins to see the publisher’s take on this prolific author.
Pick up your very own copy of And Then There Were None here. Just don’t blame us when you’re too scared to turn out the lights.
Movie or TV Productions
You can’t say no to the 1945 old-school adaptation of the book where one of the characters is wearing a monocle, can you? After all, nothing says, “murder mystery” like antiquated eyewear.
The 1965 UK adaptation Ten Little Indians still goes by one of the original titles of And Then There Were None.
The absolute highlight of the 1974 Ten Little Indians is that Orson Welles plays the voice of U.N. Owen.
In 2001, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation did an episode based off of this classic mystery.
Articles and Interviews
If Agatha Christie’s life still feels a bit mysterious to you, be sure to check out this NPR article about her life.
If you want to see what The New York Times and The Toronto Star Daily had to say about And Then There Were None in 1940, mosey on over here.
Check out the trailer of the 1945 version of And Then There Were None here.
The 1974 trailer of And Then There Were None is quite dramatic. Everyone does have some groovy 70s haircuts to show off, though.
Step in the wayback machine and listen to this Agatha Christie interview from 1955.
If you don’t truck with this new-fangled television, check out the old-school radio-mystery-style audio version of And Then There Were None.
Feast your eyes on Burgh Island, the inspiration for Soldier Island.
There have been some creepy old covers for versions of And Then There Were None.
In this screenshot of the 1945 film, everyone’s obviously getting a little nervous about the whole Soldier Island affair.