Zoe Zola is invited to an Agatha Christie conference a long with nine other writers. Each night, one by one, the guests disappear and Zoe must use her knowledge of Dame Agatha to stay alive. Very interesting plot and atmospheric writing. The idea of the writers being tied to the characters in And Then There Were None was intriguing, but I thought it bogged down a bit with the addition of Zoe's family backstory. The characters are well written, but I just could not engage at all with Zoe. All in all this was a good story and well written...I just don't think it was the story for me.
My thanks to NetGalley and Crooked Lane Publishers for the advanced reader copy of the book made available for my review.