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Ten of these figures were on the table in the beginning Indian
False clue in a murder mystery Red herring
Marston's cause of death Poison
Mr. Lombard's first name Phillip
Mr. Blore's assumed name when he arrived on the island Davis
Emily noticed one on the dining room window Bee
Committed perjury which led to the death of an innocent man Blore
Abandoned a group of men under attack Lombard
Knew that murder had been committed to win his love Hugo
Had an affair with his friend's wife Arthur
Conducted the purchase of Indian Island for an unnamed third party Morris
The group was reduced to eating this Tongue
Credited as inventor of murder mystery genre Poe
Killed an employee by withholding medicine Rogers
Killed someone for sleeping with his wife Macarthur
Wargrave cooked HIS goose Seton
A fisherman found the confession in this Bottle
Abandoned a group of men under attack Lombard
Allowed a weak young boy to drown Vera
Beatrice's last name Taylor
Blore was killed with this item Clock
Conducted the purchase of Indian Island for an unnamed third party Morris
Credited as inventor of murder mystery genre Poe
Drowned herself after becoming pregnant Beatrice
Drowned when allowed to swim too far out to sea Cyril
Emily noticed one on the dining room table Bee
False clue in a murder mystery Red herring
Famous for making harsh judgments Wargrave
Had an affair with his friend's wife Arthur
Killed an employer by withholding medicine Rogers
Killed someone for sleeping with his wife Macarthur
Knew that murder had been committed to win his love Hugo
Led someone to do suicide through moral judgment Emily
Marston's cause of death Poison
Mr. Blore's assumed name when he arrived on the island Davis
Mr. Lombard's first name Phillip
Original title Ten Little Indians
Rogers was killed with this Axe
Supposed owner of the island U. N. Owen
Ten of these figures were on the table in the beginning Indian
The group was reduced to eating this Tongue
The guests anxiously awaited its arrival, but it never came Boat
What the murders followed The Nursery Rhyme
The voice accused each of the guest's of this Murder
Title of the song on the gramophone Swan Song
Vera noticed this in the ceiling near her bed Hook
Wargrave cooked HIS goose Seton
Wargrave's occupation Judge
Committed perjury which led to the death of an innocent man Blore
Setting of the novel Indian Island
Vera's means of death Hanging
Marston dies this way Cyanide
The solution the police reach about the murderer None
What Vera does to herself Hang
Has a gun with him on the island Lombard
Book constantly read and quoted by Mrs. Brent Bible
To hint at events yet to occur Foreshadow
Kills Lombard with the revolver Vera
Disappear as each guest is murdered Figurines
False name given by Blore Davis
Killed by the "sting of a syringe" Brent
Dr. Armstrong was ___ during surgery Drunk
Used to kill Rogers Axe
Contained the letter from the murderer Bottle
A red silk one vanishes from the bathroom Curtain
The final three signal this to the mainland SOS
"The day of judgment is at hand..." is an example of this Foreshadowing
A false clue intended to throw the reader off track Red herring
Owner of the boat that takes the guests to Indian Island Narracott
Was actually the first killed; did not correspond to a line in the poem; a dope pedlar Morris
Helped Wargrave fake his own death Armstrong
Vera's love; would inherit money if Cyril were dead Hugo
The supposed owner of the house on the island U. N. Owen
"Attacks" Vera when she returns alone to her room Seaweed
A clock of this shape killed Bore Bear
The name of the island Indian
Mrs. Rogers dies in her ___ Sleep
Created by: 1962116900
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