The Tuesday Murder Club

By | December 3, 2019

As we all know, Agatha Christie invented the elimination reality format in 1939 with And Then There Were None. In the Whodunnit? book post from a few days ago, Clicky asks the following question:

Speaking of which – does anybody happen to have a good reading list of “And Then There Were None” homages? I’ve probably read like 12+ of them and am always craving more. (IE same formula as the original and the two books in this post: group of people getting offed one by one and one amongst the group is the killer).


This is a good question and thought it deserved amplifying, being Very Much The Sort Of Thing We Like. Does anyone have recommendations?

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