No more Indian tricks tonight. I've seen to that...
Who: Thomas Rogers
Source: And Then There Were None
Notes: Rogers served as the butler of the house on Indian Island. He became suspicious of the fact that one of the ceramic "ten little Indians" on the kitchen table would disappear every time a guest on the island died. He proceeded to lock the dining room door before going to bed one night; the next morning, his head was split open with an axe while he chopped firewood.