The Question and Answer section for And Then There Were None is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Anthony Marston is briefly described in the following way;
Several young women looked at him admiringly - his six feet of well-proportioned body, his crisp hair, tanned face, and intensely blue eyes.
In Chapter Four, Fred makes a few different observations about Owen's guests. First, he thought it was rather an odd group of people. Second, he didn't see them as "classy" enough (meaning rich). Rath than looking wealthy and important, Owen's...
Dr. Armstrong takes a later ferry over the island but reflects on how he cannot help but imagine that he is leaving his old life behind him.