What are the best novels with deadly parties?

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    #1A Murder is Announced

    A Murder is Announced

    A Murder Is Announced is the fifth book in the Miss Marple series written by Agatha Christie. This classic mystery fiction was originally published in 1950.

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    Shreyas Venkatesan
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "The product title is not good."
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    #2Hallowe'en Party

    Hallowe'en Party

    Hallowe'en Party is the thirty-ninth book in the Hercule Poirot series written by Agatha Christie. This classic mystery fiction was originally published in 1969.

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    Alan Cox
    Written on May 16, 2018
    " Miranda asks Michael if the ritual or sacrifice isn't really a punishment for having caused someone else to be killed, and mentions that if she hadn't…more Miranda asks Michael if the ritual or sacrifice isn't really a punishment for having caused someone else to be killed, and mentions that if she hadn't told Joyce about the murder, Joyce wouldn't have been killed. So Miranda (with the incomplete understanding of youth) assumes she has to be "sacrificed" to atone for her guilt in indirectly causing Joyce's death."
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    #3Murder By Death

    Murder By Death

    Murder by Death is a mystery fiction written by H.R.F. Keating. This book is the novelization of Neil Simon's screenplay. This was originally published in 1976.

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    Peter Contreras
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "Murder by Death is a mystery fiction written by H.R.F. Keating. This book is the novelization of Neil Simon's screenplay. This was originally published in 1976. a very intriguing read."
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    #4Cards on the Table

    Cards on the Table

    Cards on the Table is a novel about how Detective Poirot and Colonel Race will solve the mystery murder in the party they attended. The dead man is killed by his own fine collection and they will find out why and how the crime happened. 

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    Joshua Lopez
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "I love Poirot, I am reading alot of the books because I have seen all of the shows on PBS. This book was excellent, there was so many twist and turns and I love it. I like twists cause I don't like guessing too soon. The characters were great and very colorful. The great Poirot with his insightful way of finding the right reason and person that had committed the crime it is AWESOME. YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED! Agatha Christie fans you will love it!"
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    #5Death in the Clouds

    Death in the Clouds

    Death in the Clouds by Agatha Christie is a crime fiction novel originally published in March 1936. This book belongs to Christie's series featuring the intimidating detective - Hercules Poirot. It is followed by The A.B.C Murders.

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    Jacob Duncan
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "A good mystery on a rainy afternoon is usually what I dial up when I can't go outside for the day. Just this past weekend I cuddled up and took to the pages of reading Death in the Clouds. I found this classic by Agatha christie to be as I expected. There was mystery. There was crime. There was drama. Figuring out who committed the murder as I read through the chapters, is always a fun game for me when it comes to these books. This one is no different and it definitely brightened up my gloomy afternoon."
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    #6Carrie

    Carrie

    Carrie is a horror novel by Stephen King that tells the story of Carrie White, a girl that's constantly bullied by her schoolmates. When she finally has a chance to be normal, an unforeseen cruel act will end in horrible disaster.

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    Bryan Miller
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "Carrie is pretty much the DEFINITIVE deadly party isn't it? If you haven't read it yet, I don't want to spoil anything. But, I promise you only the most deadly of parties exist in this book!"
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    #7Murder for Christmas

    Murder for Christmas

    Murder for Christmas is a complete collection of 26 mystery tales that take place on Christmas. It's a great anthology of murder stories written by famous authors including Agatha Christie and Thomas Hardy.


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    #8The Wide Game

    The Wide Game

    The Wide Game is a book by Michael West that tells a story of the married man Paul. He will come back to his alma mater to celebrate their 10th year High School reunion but the memories of past will haunt him and he will discover something. 

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    Beverly Hart
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "I was drawn in from the beginning of the book when Paul goes back to his 10th HS reunion. Something happened ten years ago that has him so scared that I had to go lock my doors before I could keep reading! The wide game is an age old tradition that seniors from this peaceful Indiana town always play before graduation. It has a natural creep factor because the game takes place among the tall corn stalks of the cornfields. But what transpires for this class back when they graduated and continues into their modern lives is not what I was expecting and I have to say, was a very frightening read. If you like the horror genre and good writing as I do, this is a must read. "
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    #9Sleeping Murder

    Sleeping Murder

    Sleeping Murder is a novel about Gwenda, a new occupant of an old house where odd things happen. She asked helped from Miss Marple to exorcise the house and they did not expect to solve a mystery that lies there for several years ago. 

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    George Arnold
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "This book is a new twist on sort of old story. It's set in a recently purchased "old house" where the new owner has brought in a spiritualist to help her find out what has been going bump in the night. They cast a big seance with a bunch of locals and discover all kinds of murders had occurred several years ago. The writing is good, but predictable. "
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    #10Halloween Party (Fear Street)

    Halloween Party (Fear Street)

    Halloween Party is the eighth book in Fear Street series written by R. L. Stine. It is a mysterious invitation sent by a transfer student to a Halloween party. But when the lights go out, a simple trick-or-treat has turned into terror. 

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    Henry Gutierrez
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "I think this book is a great solution for the topic. The story description seems interesting and it features a party that ends with a murder. This book is written by RL Stine, who is famous for his goosebumps books. I read some of these when I was a child, and they are great books. It also has great review scores (4.5 stars out of 5). "

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Best What are the best novels with deadly parties
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1A Murder is AnnouncedBooks 37 Paid
2Hallowe'en PartyBooks 34 Paid
3Murder By DeathBooks 31 Paid
4Cards on the TableBooks 29 Paid
5Death in the CloudsBooks 25 Paid
6CarrieBooks 25 Paid
7Murder for ChristmasBooks 23 Paid
8The Wide GameBooks 15 Paid
9Sleeping MurderBooks 13 Paid
10Halloween Party (Fear Street)Books 12 Paid
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