It’s a tech company’s team building meeting in an isolated ski resort in the remote French Alps. Ten Britons go in. One by One they are picked off. Remind you of another famous, but not racial sensitive, tale?
It is hard to beat Dame Agatha at, literally, her own game. Especially using one of her three best plot devices. However, I still enjoyed this slow-paced tale. I just didn’t love it like the author’s last book, the gothic The Turn of the Key, which I recommend much more vigorously. For One by One, 3 stars.
Thanks to Gallery Books, Scott Press Books, and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.