And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
Loosely the inspiration for the classic 1985 film Clue, Agatha's Christie's 1939 novel, And Then There Were None, chronicles 10 strangers who are invited to dinner by an anonymous millionaire. The dinner guests only have two things in common: they each have a hideous secret from their past . . . and none of them will survive the night. Known as the queen of mystery, Agatha Christie wrote 73 novels, 16 plays, over 28 short story collections, and more. But out of all of those, And Then There Were None is said to be her best work. Need we say more?