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Reviewed by Sefina Hawke for Readers' Favorite
And Then There Were 9 (The Agatha Christie Book Club 4) by C.A. Larmer is a sleuth mystery tale that would appeal most to a diverse audience of young adults and adults who enjoy Agatha Christie-style books. The Agatha Christie Book Club comes together to welcome four new members, but things take a turn as the meeting starts to follow the very book that the group is discussing. Murder after murder leave the book club scrambling to work out who is killing off people and why. Will any member of the club survive the killer’s plan or will only the killer walk away alive?
And Then There Were 9 (The Agatha Christie Book Club 4) by C.A. Larmer is a well-written book that really reminded me of a cross between Agatha Christie’s books and the movie Clue. My favorite part of the book would have to be the beginning where the author introduced the different characters as they traveled by train for the book club meeting. I liked how the author kept switching between character perspectives as I felt like it gave me a real impression of the different characters without providing unnecessary background detail. I enjoyed the fact that the author did not base too much of the story on the previous books in the series as this allowed me to enjoy this one without feeling confused. Upon finishing this book, I found myself wishing that I had read the previous books in the series first so that I knew more about the background of the Agatha Christie Book Club; it also left me feeling inspired to read And Then There Were None.