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Additional Resources for Ten Little Indians by Agatha Christie

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For Further Study

Agatha Christie: First Lady of Crime, edited by H. R. F.

Keating, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1977.

This collection of essays provides biographical details as well as analyses of individual works, including Ten Little Indians.

Robert Barnard, A Talent to Deceive: An Appreciation of Agatha Christie, Dodd, Mead and Company, 1980.

Barnard examines Christie's "strategies of deception" in her works, including Ten Little Indians.

Nancy Y. Hoffman, "Mistresses of Malfeasance," in Dimensions of Detective Fiction, edited by Larry N. Landrum, Pat Browne, and Ray B. Browne, Popular Press, 1976, pp. 97-101.

This essay compares Christie's style to other women mystery writers.

G. C. Ramsey, Agatha Christie: Mistress of Mystery, 1967. An early analysis of Christie's work.

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