Ten strangers arrive on a mysterious and remote island at the invitation of an anonymous host, anticipating a weekend of relaxation and leisure. At first intrigued by the island’s bucolic beauty, the guests explore their new surroundings and look forward to a secluded and peaceful summer. Suddenly, the event turns deadly as the guests begin to die, one by one. The ten invitees soon realize that these are not natural deaths and that one of them is a murderer. Working together to solve the puzzle of whodunit, guests continue to die and time begins to run out. As the storm on the island worsens and the guests grow more and more suspicious of one another, the action drives toward a pulse-pounding conclusion that will leave you in shock.
This Agatha Christie classic was originally published in 1943 as Ten Little Indians. Kids Acting Against Cancer is presenting a modern adaptation of this timeless murder mystery in January with 100% of the proceeds being donated to organizations relating to the treatment or research of pediatric cancer.
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