A special edition coinciding with the 50th anniversary year of the longest-running play in history.
'The Mousetrap', the longest-running play in the history of London's West End, begins its 50th year run in November 2001. This new edition of four works show how Agatha Christie's plays are as compulsive as her novels, their colourful characters and ingenious plots providing yet more evidence of her mastery of the detective thriller.
A homicidal maniac terrorises a group of snowbound guests to the refrain of 'Three Blind Mice' . . .
'And Then There Were None'
Ten guilty people, brought together on an island in mysterious circumstances, await their sentence . . .
'Appointment With Death'
The suffocating heat of an exotic Middle-Eastern setting provides a backdrop to murder . . .
A set of friends convene at a country home where their convoluted relationships mean that any one of them could be a murderer . . .