Agatha Christie – And Then There Were None Audiobook
Agatha Christie – And Then There Were None Audiobook
8 people are invited to Indian Island on the English coastline, where they will be able to meet up with strangers. Vera Claythorne (a former governess) assumes that she has been employed as a secretary. Philip Lombard, an adventurer and William Blore are also invited to Indian Island, off the English coast.-Detectives assume they have been hired to watch out for problems over the weekend. Dr. Armstrong believes that he has been assigned to look after his partner, the island’s owner. Judge Wargrave, Tony Marston, General Macarthur and Tony Marston all believe they are going back to old friends.
Upon arrival on the island, guests are met by Mr. und Mrs. Agatha Christie – And Then There Were None Audiobook Free Online Rogers, the butler, as well as caretaker report that Owen, the host (a name they refer to as Mr. Owen), will not be here until the following day. As all the guests gather in the attractive space, after a delicious dinner, they hear a taped voice threatening them with a specific crime that they have not been able to find. They compare notes and also recognize that none of them recognizes “Mr. Owen”, which indicates that they were brought here by someone with an unusual plan.
Tony Marston becomes ill and chokes on poisoned whisky as they try to decide what to do next. The event retreats to bed in fear, where nearly everyone is haunted by their regrets and memories of their crimes. Vera Claythorne observes the similarities between Marston’s death and the first verse of the nursery rhyme “10 Little Indians,” which hangs in each bedroom.
The next morning, the guests discover that Mrs. Rogers had apparently died in her sleep. Although they plan to leave the island in the morning, the watercraft that supplies materials to the island on a daily basis disappoints them. Blore, Lombard, and Armstrong all decide that the fatalities should have amounted to murders. Then they identify to search the island for the mysterious Mr. Owen. But they don’t find anyone. General Macarthur, however, who was the first visitor to the area, feels certain he will die. Dr. Armstrong discovers the general dead after an impact to his head before lunch.
They continue to be guests and review their situation. They decide that one of them should be the murderer. Although many make vague allegations, Judge Wargrave informs them that evidence suggests that any one of them could be responsible. Mid-Day and night pass without pause, and everyone goes to bed, locking their doors before going to sleep. They discover Rogers had been killed while cutting wood for their morning meal. The visitors feel confident that the murders have been committed according to the nursery rhyme. They also recognize that the dining room is a restaurant.-Initially, the room table had ten Indian numbers. But each death from among the numbers makes it disappear.
Emily Brent is a little giddy after her morning meal. Soon she is discovered dead. Her neck was actually injected with poison. Wargrave begins an orderly search of everyone’s belongings. Anything that could be used for a weapon is taken away. The guests continue to sit together, sharing their time and doing a little bit of questionable checking on each other. Vera would most likely take a shower, however she is surprised by an algae piece hanging from her ceiling. Blore, Lombard, as well Armstrong, run to assist her. However, when she returns downstairs, Wargrave is still wearing a drape that looks a lot like courtroom robes and has a red mark at his temple. Armstrong analyses the body and reports that Wargrave was actually shot in the head.
Blore is listening to footsteps in the hallway that night. He later discovers Armstrong is not in his bedroom. Lombard and Blore both try to find Armstrong but they cannot locate him in the house or on the island. They return from browsing and discover another Indian number is missing from the table.
Vera, Lombard and also Blore decide to venture outside and find a way to remain in the safety of the open country. Blore decides to return to your house to get food. The 2nd listen Accidentally, they discover that someone has pulled a statuary out from a second.-Story window. Blore is eliminated when he comes close to your home. Vera and Lombard run to the coast where they discover Armstrong’s body. Vera convinces Lombard to be the killer. She steals Lombard’s pistol and shoots him. Relieved that she survived, Vera returns to her bedroom to rest. However, when she finds a noose in the room, she feels an odd compulsion and hangs herself.
The cops are baffled by the enigma until they discover a manuscript hidden in a container. The manuscript was written by Judge Wargrave who clarified that he planned the murders because he wanted to punish those whose criminal acts are not punished under the legislation. Wargrave openly admits to his bloodlust and satisfaction in seeing the guilty punished. Wargrave made the decision to end his life in a blaze when a physician informed him that Wargrave was going to be dying. Lisen Free Audiobook: And Then There Were None By Agatha Christie. He discusses his methods of picking his patients, how he eliminated Marston Mr. and Mrs. Rogers Macarthur and Emily Brent. Wargrave then explains exactly how he duped Dr. Armstrong into helping him fake his own death, promising to meet the physician at the cliffs to discuss a plan. Armstrong arrived at Wargrave’s house. Wargrave then pushed Armstrong over the edge into a sea and returned to the house to claim to be dead. He was able to get rid of the rest of the guests by using his ruse without drawing suspicion. Wargrave made Vera hang herself from a noose he had prepared for her and prepared to fire his gun as if he was dropping his body on the bed. According to Wargrave’s wish, 10 bodies would be found on an empty island.