A big house. Deserted by a previous past. Its inhabitants, who have never been to such a remote place, are, at first, in awe. And then, one by one, they are-poof-gone.
Not the White House.
Just pure enjoyment from Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None.
In February, Chapter Endnotes Book Groups will explore this mystery, the favorite of among Christie fans and still influential in the world of whodunits today.
After discussing And Then There Were None, you'll have a clearer understanding of the board game Clue: its origins no longer U.N. Owen!
Now, where'd I put that candlestick?
Vera Claythrorne's Long Lost Sister, Mrs. Peacock
Join Chapter Endnotes for a Christie conversation of And Then There Were None. Tickets are $20. Open to the public. Tuesday, Feb. 6 at the San Marco Books & More located in historic San Marco Square in Jacksonville, Florida. Doors open at 6:30pm.
For more information call 904-396-7597.