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The year is not specified in the book, but it is presumed to be at the end of the s. Arriving on Indian Island Each of the guests is invited to the island under false pretenses. Rogers, Vera Claythorne, Dr. Armstrong, Philip Lombard, and William Blore are offered jobs in their respective fields. Anthony Marston and Emily Brent are invited for a holiday. Judge Wargrave and General Macarthur are invited to meet old friends.
August 6, Mr. Rogers arrive on the island expecting to meet their employer, but instead are provided with a set of written notes that include the guest list, which room each guest will stay in, and instructions to play the gramophone record after dinner on the first day the guests arrive. Four Days on a Secluded Island On August 8, the game begins when Morris, the man secretly hired by Judge Wargrave to make arrangements to bring the guests to the island, is murdered. The guests begin to arrive on the island.
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August 8: Isaac Morris dies of an overdose of barbiturates. Judge Wargrave gave him the pill claiming it would help with his indigestion. All guests arrive on the island. A gramophone record accuses each of committing crimes that resulted in the death of another person. Anthony Marston dies when cyanide is slipped into his drink by Judge Wargrave.
August 9: Mrs. Rogers does not wake up. She died in her sleep after chloral hydrate, a sleeping medication, was slipped into the drink that her husband served her.
General Macarthur is killed in the middle of the day. As he sits on the shore looking at the water, Judge Wargrave sneaks up behind him and hits him on the back of the head. The storm begins as the guests realize that there is a murderer on the island.
August Early in the morning, while Mr. Rogers uses a smaller chopper to cut wood for the kitchen fire, Judge Wargrave smashes his head and kills him with a large chopper. Armstrong gave to Mrs. Rogers is to blame for her death.
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He accuses Dr. Armstrong of giving her too much of medicine.
Armstrong strongly denies it. Lombard becomes mad with Blore, and Blore confronts him about the reason for bringing a pistol to the Island.
Lombard tells them that he expected to run into trouble while on the Island and then he he tells the story about how the Jewboy, Mr. Morris, had convinced him to come to the island. Lombard tells them that he knows now it was all a trap.
Rogers makes a lunch of tongue and boiled potatoes for the guests, and they all enter the dining room. Emily Brent says that the General is not here yet. Armstrong volunteers to go and get him, and he leaves the room. There were guests of wind, and Miss Brent says that a storm is coming soon.
Then, Armstrong comes back and tells them that General Macarthur is dead. They come back to the table and see that there are only seven Indians left.
Armstrong looks over the body and tells them that he had been killed by a blunt trauma to the back of the head. He tells them that he thinks that the deaths are acts of murder and that Mr.
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Owen has brought them all to this island in order to kill them. He tells them that he is sure Mr. Owen is on the island and that, in fact, Mr. Owen is one of the guests.
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The judge begins to go over all the evidence with all of them. He tries to find the killers. Then they all decide that even though Armstrong and Wargrave are good men, and Rogers is just a butler who would have had to kill his wife, there is no way to completely find if any of them are the killer.
Wargrave tells them that no one can be eliminated from doing the death of Anthony Marston since a poison had killed him. He says that Mr. Rogers and Dr. Armstrong are the likely suspects in the death of Mrs. Rogers, but many of the other guests could have had the chance to make a perfect amount of poison. Blore wants to know where this all leads. Wargrave talks more on the death of General Macarthur and thinks that Lombard, Armstrong, Blore, and Vera Claythorne all had the chance to kill Macarthur but that each guest had had moments when they were not sure about the others.
Wargrave warns them to be more careful and to suspect every one of them. Chapter 10 Lombard talked about if they believe everything that Wargrave said.
Lombard said he did not know what to think, but he was sure he was the murder. They both think that it is a dream. Lombard tells says that he does not think that Vera is the murderer, but Vera is not as sure that Lombard is the murderer too. She tells to him that he does not seem to kill someone. He reminds her that if he were to kill one of the others, it would only be for what he could get out of it.
Vera says that she thinks it is Dr. Armstrong since two of the deaths were by poison. Lombard says that Armstrong probably would not have had time to kill Macarthur in short time he was alone. Vera tells him that he had the chance when he went down to call the General to lunch. At the house, Rogers and Blore talk about who they think might be the murderer. Armstrong is going crazy and crying that they must leave the island. Wargrave tells him that in this weather, it is likely that a boat would come or leave the island.
Armstrong thinks that Wargrave is probably much more crazy than anyone knows. Wargrave says that, though he does not have proof, that there is one person he thinks is cost likely the killer. Armstrong says that he is confused. In her room, Miss Brent takes out a small diary and begins to write the events of the day. She sits with her eyes closed for a moment and then, writes The killer is Beatrice.
She looks down at what she has written and cannot believe it came from her. All the guests gather in the drawing room for tea. They close the curtains and turn on a light.
Suddenly, Rogers comes in and asks if anyone has taken the bathroom curtain. None of them can understand why anyone would take it. Fear comes over them once again. All the guests eat dinner, and Miss Brent and Vera Claythorne go to their bedrooms. All the men hear the sound of the bolts being locked on their doors. The men go an hour later, and Wargrave tells them to lock their doors. Rogers goes back downstairs and has a thought he locks the dining room door so that no one has the opportunity to sneak in and take another of the Indians.Justice Wargrave said: The identity of the killer was changed and it was ported to Wii in Synopsis And Then There Were None Ten strangers, apparently with little in common, are lured to an island mansion off the coast of Devon by the mysterious U.
Odd creature, she looked scared to death. Even the agency hadn't held out much hope.