• The Secret Adversary & And Then There Were None

  • Two Bestselling Agatha Christie Novels in One Great Audiobook
  • By: Agatha Christie
  • Narrated by: Hugh Fraser, Dan Stevens
  • Length: 13 hrs and 40 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (299 ratings)

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Two Best-Selling Agatha Christie Novels in One Great Audiobook

The Secret Adversary

From the brilliant pen of Agatha Christie comes the first novel in her Tommy and Tuppence mystery series featuring the beloved sleuthing duo - now a movie on both Acorn TV and PBS.

Tommy and Tuppence are young, in love...and flat broke. Restless for excitement, they decide to embark on a daring business scheme: Young Adventurers Ltd. - "willing to do anything, go anywhere." But they get more than they bargained for when their first assignment for the sinister Mr. Whittington draws them into a diabolical conspiracy. 

It isn’t long before they find themselves plunged into more danger than they ever could have imagined - a danger that could put an abrupt end to their business...and their lives. 

And Then There Were None

A PBS Great American Read Top 100 Pick

One of the most famous and beloved mysteries from the queen of suspense, Agatha Christie! More than 100 million copies sold and now a Lifetime TV movie. 

Ten people, each with something to hide and something to fear, are invited to a isolated mansion on Indian Island by a host, who, surprisingly, fails to appear. On the island, they are cut off from everything but each other and the inescapable shadows of their own past lives. One by one, the guests share the darkest secrets of their wicked pasts. And one by one, they die.... Which among them is the killer, and will any of them survive? 

Public Domain (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers

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Excellent story and performance!

Hugh Fraser is always excellent. Dan Stevens blew me away with his ability to bring characters to life and differentiate them so uniquely. Dan Stevens was a most wonderful surprise! Well done!!!

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Neither book is "typical" Agatha Christie

I read it as two separate books for GoodReads, so I will post the two separate reviews POSTED in GoodReads:

(as posted in review for _The Secret Adversary_ A Tommy and Tuppence Mystery_ on GoodReads)
Despite the fact that I've been raining Agatha Christie books since junior high, I had never read a Tommy And Tuppence book before. The whole feel is totally different than any of her other books that I have read! The fact that it's not a carbon copy of her previous styles is good, and the twist near the end is refreshing and intriguing. I don't know why I didn't give it four stars, but there you go…

(As posted in review for _And Then There Were None_ on GoodReads)
I read this book years ago, and I really wanted to e-read it. I have read a lot about I think Chris throughout junior high and high school, and after a while they're all kind of same – but this one is definitely not. Re-reading it was really what I needed! I had remembered a lot, but several of the details kind of escaped me; but I remembered the main points and villains and guilty parties. And I still appreciate the thought and morals that went into it. It really is one of her better books!

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Both are fantastic!

First time reading The Secret Adversary, and I loved it!

And Then There Were None is one of my absolute favourites. A terrifying, and brilliant thriller, I always come back to this one.

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Two classics

You really can't go wrong with Christie. The narrators are both wonderful especially Dan Stevens.

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Wirth of Agatha

Both books were excellently executed by the actors. I've enjoyed them enough to re-listen in the future.

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Both paced thoughtful and well read.

Both books are classics. Well read with wonderful accents as needed. Many twists which add to the plot.

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Amazing

Both books were amazing in content and narration. I didn’t want them to come to an end.

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Hugh Fraser great again. Dan Stevens ok.

I wish I could give separate reviews for these two books. Hugh Fraser is a brilliant narrator and as usual does an excellent job with The Secret Adversary. What a fun book! I don’t remember finding Christie so clever and funny when I read all her books as a teenager. I’m glad I’m rereading them now. And Then There Were None is a classic and of course we almost all know the story. It is super exciting. I just found Dan Stevens’ narration basic and uninspiring. It was fine. Nothing really to complain about, but also nothing to get excited about.

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Another great add to my collection!

I’ve been reading Agatha Christie books since high school. I did a summer reading project on And Then There Were None in tenth grade and it was my first Agatha Christie book to read! I still have the hard copy but it’s great to listen to before bed! I love that it comes with two books for one credit!

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Great first book, bad second- TERRIBLE PAIRING!!!!

Great performances, as usual. I took off two stars because of how awful “And Then There Were None” (aka “ATTWN”) was AND (mostly) bc of the completely shameful hatchet-job the publishers did by pairing these two novels. I’m sure these were paired like this because they’re two of Christie’s most popular works and it’s a BOGO deal but I simply cannot fathom why anyone who likes T&T would like ATTWN and, while I recognize that that is a matter of taste, the pairing is so disconsonant (jarring, wrongly-matched, etc.) that it made ATTWN seem even worse! I was expecting another lighter mystery in the same vein as the T&T mysteries but instead I have had nightmares for a week! (I did eventually give it up as a bad job and “sparknotes” the ending bc it was too creepy for me but I only had about 45 minutes to go so I got most of it first-hand.) There is no levity whatsoever in ATTWN and I simply can’t comprehend why ANYONE thought it was a good pairing for “The Secret Adversary”! ATTWN is an insidious, dark, twisting psychological thriller that creeps its horrid, frightening tendrils into your brain, haunts your dreams, and warps your thoughts. I’m not the only one who had that experience, either! It’s much like “Crooked House”, Endless Night”, or “Witness for the Prosecution”- it’s just warped and not in the same category AT ALL with T&T! TERRIBLE PAIRING!!!

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