“And Then There Were None” is a mystery novel by English writer Agatha Christie, widely considered as her masterpiece and described by her as the most difficult to write among all her books. In the play, a group of people are invited to an island with different pretexts. After dinner, a mysterious voice unveils the terrible secret that they hid. That night, Mr. Maston died all of a sudden. All of them are held guilty for the deaths...Gradually they are all killed one by one, each in a manner that seems to parallel the deaths in the nursery rhyme.