rd 1941". While the reading could be leisurely, Christie herself struggled immmensely with this book's intricate plot: "[it] was well received and reviewed, but the person who was really pleased with it was myself, for I knew better than any critic how difficult it had been." (Autobiography, 1977). The American title is And Then There Were None." /> CHRISTIE, Agatha. <I>Ten Little Niggers</I>. London: Collins for The Crime Club, [1939]. 8<V>o. 2-page publisher's advertisement at end. Original cloth (leaned, soiled, spine faded). <I>Provenance</I>: S.R.K. Glanwith (ownership signature on front free endpaper). FIRST EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed and signed by the author on the front free endpaper: "For leisure moments (if any!) Agatha Christie April 23<V>r<V>d 1941". While the reading could be leisurely, Christie herself struggled immmensely with this book's intricate plot: "[it] was well received and reviewed, but the person who was really pleased with it was myself, for I knew better than any critic how difficult it had been." (<I>Autobiography</I>, 1977). The American title is <I>And Then There Were None</I>. | Christie's