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Anatomy of Murder

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Anatomy of Murder by Carl Darryl Malmgren Book Resume:

"Covering the forms that murder fiction takes, Anatomy includes analyses of texts by Doyle, Christie, Sayers, Hammett, Chandler, Highsmith, Jim Thompson, Thomas Harris, and others. It explains how hybrids such as the police procedural or the serial killer novel can be produced by grafting aspects of one subgenre onto those of another. It demonstrates that the various permutations of murder fiction make for very different narrative textures and reading experiences."--BOOK JACKET.

The Anatomy of Murder

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The Anatomy of Murder by Sabine Hildebrandt Book Resume:

Of the many medical specializations to transform themselves during the rise of National Socialism, anatomy has received relatively little attention from historians. While politics and racial laws drove many anatomists from the profession, most who remained joined the Nazi party, and some helped to develop the scientific basis for its racialist dogma. As historian and anatomist Sabine Hildebrandt reveals, however, their complicity with the Nazi state went beyond the merely ideological. They progressed through gradual stages of ethical transgression, turning increasingly to victims of the regime for body procurement, as the traditional model of working with bodies of the deceased gave way, in some cases, to a new paradigm of experimentation with the "future dead."

Anatomy of a Murder

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Anatomy of a Murder by Robert Traver Book Resume:

First published by St. Martin's in 1958, Robert Traver's Anatomy of a Murder immediately became the number-one bestseller in America, and was subsequently turned into the successful and now classic Otto Preminger film. It is is not only the most popular courtroom drama in American fiction, but one of the most popular novels of our time. A gripping tale of deceit, murder, and a sensational trial, Anatomy of a Murder is unmatched in the authenticity of its settings, events, and characters. This new edition should delight both loyal fans of the past and an entire new generation of readers. "The characters are as fresh as when they were first created, the tension high, and the cross- examinations and legal chicanery full of suspense. The novel is simply what it says on the cover. A classic." - Tangled Web

Anatomy of a Murder

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Anatomy of a Murder by Robert Travers Book Resume:

'Universally regarded as one of the classic courtroom novels' Jon L. Breen, Novel Verdicts

The Anatomy of Murder

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The Anatomy of Murder by Detection Club,Dorothy L. Sayers,Helen Simpson,John Rhode,Francis Iles,Freeman Wills Crofts Book Resume:

A unique anthology for crime aficionados seven of the world s most notorious genuine murder mysteries retold by the most accomplished classic crime writers of their generation. A manipulative murderer who stalked the streets of Paris; a young wife who poisoned her eccentric husband; a bank cashier s mysterious suicide; a brutal double murder in New Zealand Seven of the world s greatest crime writers turn their hand to some of the world s most spine-tingling mysteries all of them astonishingly TRUE. This remarkable collection from the archives of the Detection Club follows The Floating Admiral, Ask a Policeman and Six Against the Yard back into print after more than 75 years, and shows some of the most accomplished authors of their generation retelling real-life murder mysteries with all the relish of the tastiest crime fiction."

Anatomy of Murder

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Anatomy of Murder by Imogen Robertson Book Resume:

The second historical suspense novel in Imogen Robertson’s critically acclaimed Westerman and Crowther mystery series London, 1781. Harriet Westerman anxiously awaits news of her husband, a ship’s captain who has been gravely injured in the king’s naval battles with France. As London’s streets seethe with rumor, a body is dragged from the murky waters of the Thames. Having gained a measure of fame as amateur detectives for unraveling the mysteries of Thornleigh Hall, the indomitable Mrs. Westerman and her reclusive sidekick, anatomist Gabriel Crowther, are once again called on to investigate. In this intricate novel, Harriet and Crowther will discover that this is no ordinary drowning—the victim is part of a plot to betray England’s most precious secrets.

Iphigenia in Forest Hills

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Iphigenia in Forest Hills by Janet Malcolm Book Resume:

"She couldn't have done it, and she must have done it." This is the enigma at the heart of Malcolm's riveting new book about a murder trial in the insular Bukharan-Jewish community of Forest Hills, Queens, that captured national attention.

Anatomy of a Murder

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Anatomy of a Murder by Elihu Winer Book Resume:

Defeated for re-election as District Attorney, Paul Biegler isn't looking forward to becoming a defense attorney, but his first case is sensational: a lieutenant is accused of murdering the bartender who allegedly raped his wife. It's a high-stakes battle of wit and determination, as Biegler uses every device to save the officer's neck.

Anatomy Of A Murder Scrapbook

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Anatomy Of A Murder Scrapbook by Stacey Willey Book Resume:

Anatomy of a Murder was released in its film version in summer 1959. The movie starred James Stewart and Lee Remick and a cast that included then relatively unknown actors George C. Scott, Ben Gazzara and Orson Bean. The film was based on the 1958 best-selling book of the same title by Robert Traver. Traver was the pen name used by John D. Voelker, an Ishpeming lawyer, local author and Michigan Supreme Court jurist. The movie was directed and produced by Otto Preminger. The plot involves Stewart's attorney character, Paul Biegler, defending Lieutenant Frederick Manion (Gazzara) who is charged with the killing of bartender Barney Quill. Biegler argues that his client killed the bartender after an "irresistible impulse" overtook him when he heard that Quill had raped his wife (Remick). Prosecuting the case for the state is Claude Dancer (Scott) who claims that Manion jealously killed Quill after discovering that the bartender and the lieutenant's wife were having an affair. The ensuing courtroom battle focuses on whether Manion could be acquitted by reason of temporary insanity. The movie stars and film crews working on Anatomy came to Marquette County in late winter 1959. What they found, besides a chilling Upper Peninsula winter, were friendly townspeople enthusiastically willing to help make the movie a success. Jimmy Star, motion picture editor of the now defunct Los Angeles Herald and Express newspaper commented on the cooperation the filmmakers received locally after visiting the set during the last clays of filming. "Preminger has invaded this small town and everybody jumped in to help him get the local spirit on the screen," Star said. "They've turned over hotels, the courthouse, restaurants and trailer courts to him. I've been on a lot of locations, both here and in Europe, and I've never seen such wonderful help." This scrapbook recounts the memorable weeks of on location filming for Anatomy of a Murder through newspaper articles, personal recollections, photographs and other items, producing an enduring snapshot for posterity of those unforgettable days when the stars fell on Marquette County.This scrapbook was originally printed in 1999 in a larger format of 11 x 14. 20 years later and we are still finding people wanting to explore the "Anatomy" phenomenon. Reprinted in this smaller format in 2019 commemorating the 60th anniversary.Thanks to all of our Committee MembersCarol Fulsher, Paul Bonetti, Stacey Willey, Robert Nadeau, Barb Gauthier, Gigs Gagliardi, Floyd Luke, Donald Moore, Eileen Small, Linda Gambel, Joan Hanson, John Pepin, Jack Deo, Superior View Studios, Michigamme Historical Society, The John D. Voelker Foundation, The Thunderbay Inn, and The Mining Journal

Rush to Judgment

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Rush to Judgment by Edward R. Clark Book Resume:

The push to convict Ed Clark of two murders included illegal eavesdropping, withheld and altered documents, and jury tampering. It could happen to you...

Who Killed Stephanie Crowe?

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Who Killed Stephanie Crowe? by Paul E. Tracy, Ph. D. Book Resume:

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Anatomy of Murder

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Anatomy of Murder by Padam Kumar Jain Book Resume:

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Anatomy of Murder

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Anatomy of Murder by Ahban Azer Book Resume:

London, 1781. Harriet Westerman anxiously awaits news of her husband, a ship’s captain who has been gravely injured in the king’s naval battles with France. As London’s streets seethe with rumor, a body is dragged from the murky waters of the Thames. Having gained a measure of fame as amateur detectives for unraveling the mysteries of Thornleigh Hall, the indomitable Mrs. Westerman and her reclusive sidekick, anatomist Gabriel Crowther, are once again called on to investigate. In this intricate novel, Harriet and Crowther will discover that this is no ordinary drowning—the victim is part of a plot to betray England’s most precious secrets. Review Praise for Anatomy of Murder: “Memorable prose, strong and unusual leads, a sophisticated plot with several unexpected turns, and an accurate portrayal of the period all make this a winner.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) “A labyrinthine mystery in the heart of a teeming London, involving fashionable castrati, espionage and bodies in the Thames. We are immersed in Harriet’s London, and the city is evoked with a Dickensian exuberance… In the overcrowded field of historical fiction, Robertson has the smarts comfortably to outpace most of her rivals.” —The Independent (UK) “I guarantee that once you have read this you will be eager to read the first - and keenly awaiting the third.” —Daily Mail (UK) “This series, launched after Robertson won a Telegraph writing competition, continues to excel.” —Daily Telegraph (UK) Praise for Island of Bones, coming in hardcover on October 11, 2012, from Pamela Dorman Books/Viking “[An] audacious mix of cultural gloss and uncomplicated, straight-ahead storytelling. The multi-layered nuance of Peter Ackroyd and the buttonholing narrative grasp of Stephen King are stirred into the mix.” * *—The Independent (UK) * "A new Imogen Robertson book is fast becoming something of an event. ...this follow-up does not disappoint. As ever, the characters are enticing and the plot absorbing. If you've not read the previous books, do not despair--they each stand alone. But if you have time on your hands, now is your chance to catch up." —Daily Mail (UK) Praise for *Instruments of Darkness:* *“A sensitive melodrama.... Robertson’s enjoyment of the period and her characters is infectious.” —The New York Times Book Review (Editor’s Choice) “A thoroughly engaging novel, with rich prose and an intricate, suspenseful plot, with melodramatic, Gothic touches in perfect keeping with the historical period. Robertson has already written another Westerman/Crowther mystery… let us hope for many more.” —Associated Press “Every so often I encounter a book that makes me think with envy: ‘How I wish I could have written this story!’ Instruments of Darkness is just that book—poetic, enchanting, and chillingly memorable. Imogen Robertson is an exquisite writer, and this is an extraordinary novel.” —Tess Gerritsen, author of *Keeping the Dead* “Mayhem runs amok in this period thriller. [Robertson] pulls out all the stops… a roaring soap opera of a novel.” —The Washington Times “Impressive… A ripping homage to Dickens, Austen and Conan Doyle, Instruments of Darkness will keep you up at night, and then, like me, waiting for the sequel.” —Seattle Times “The book works splendidly as a period thriller, with complicated leads and informative details that illuminate 18th-century England for modern readers.” —Publishers Weekly “This debut is getting some play and should well serve lovers of historical suspense.” —Library Journal About the Author Imogen Robertson is an award-winning TV, film, and radio director. Instruments of Darkness, her first novel, won the London Telegraph’s "First thousand words of a novel" competition in 2007 and was an Editor's Choice in The New York Times Book Review. She studied at Cambridge and now lives in London.

Anatomy of Injustice

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Anatomy of Injustice by Raymond Bonner Book Resume:

From Pulitzer Prize winner Raymond Bonner, the gripping story of a grievously mishandled murder case that put a twenty-three-year-old man on death row. In January 1982, an elderly white widow was found brutally murdered in the small town of Greenwood, South Carolina. Police immediately arrested Edward Lee Elmore, a semiliterate, mentally retarded black man with no previous felony record. His only connection to the victim was having cleaned her gutters and windows, but barely ninety days after the victim's body was found, he was tried, convicted, and sentenced to death. Elmore had been on death row for eleven years when a young attorney named Diana Holt first learned of his case. With the exemplary moral commitment and tenacious investigation that have distinguished his reporting career, Bonner follows Holt's battle to save Elmore's life and shows us how his case is a textbook example of what can go wrong in the American justice system. Moving, enraging, suspenseful, and enlightening, Anatomy of Injustice is a vital contribution to our nation's ongoing, increasingly important debate about inequality and the death penalty.

Crowther & Westerman Omnibus: Instruments of Darkness, Anatomy of Murder, Island of Bones

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Crowther & Westerman Omnibus: Instruments of Darkness, Anatomy of Murder, Island of Bones by Imogen Robertson Book Resume:

Book 1: INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS In the year 1780, Harriet Westerman, the unconventional mistress of a country house in Sussex, finds a dead man on her grounds with a ring bearing the crest of the nearby Thornleigh Hall in his pocket. With the help of a reclusive local anatomist, Gabriel Crowther, Harriet resolves to find the murderer. Book 2: ANATOMY OF MURDER London, 1781. Harriet Westerman anxiously awaits news of her husband, a ship's captain who has been gravely injured in the king's naval battles with France. As London's streets seethe with rumour, a body is dragged from the murky waters of the Thames. Book 3: ISLAND OF BONES Cumbria, 1783. The tomb of the first Earl of Greta should have lain undisturbed on its island of bones for three hundred years.When idle curiosity opens the stone lid, however, inside is one body too many.

Anatomy of a French Murder Case

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Anatomy of a French Murder Case by Bron McKillop Book Resume:

The book provides a first hand account of the processing of a murder case through the French criminal justice system from the initial police investigation through to the compilation of the dossier, the hearing and the appeal, and the press coverage of the case. The study provides an effective comparison between 'adversarial' and 'inquisitorial' processes and will be valuable for anyone with an interest in comparative law, criminal process and legal systems.

Reel Justice

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Reel Justice by Paul Bergman,Michael Asimow Book Resume:

From the infamous Scopes Monkey Trial, portrayed in Inherit the Wind, to the sensational war crimes trials that inspired Judgment at Nuremberg, celluloid trials have provided a compelling source of entertainment. Now t wo UCLA law professors/trial aficinados go behind the scenes of nearly 70 riveting courtroom movie dramas and comedies to demonstrate how directors make the legal system accessible to moviegoers.

The Anatomy Murders

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The Anatomy Murders by Lisa Rosner Book Resume:

Up the close and down the stair, Up and down with Burke and Hare. Burke's the butcher, Hare's the thief, Knox the man who buys the beef. —anonymous children's song On Halloween night 1828, in the West Port district of Edinburgh, Scotland, a woman sometimes known as Madgy Docherty was last seen in the company of William Burke and William Hare. Days later, police discovered her remains in the surgery of the prominent anatomist Dr. Robert Knox. Docherty was the final victim of the most atrocious murder spree of the century, outflanking even Jack the Ripper's. Together with their accomplices, Burke and Hare would be accused of killing sixteen people over the course of twelve months in order to sell the corpses as "subjects" for dissection. The ensuing criminal investigation into the "Anatomy Murders" raised troubling questions about the common practices by which medical men obtained cadavers, the lives of the poor in Edinburgh's back alleys, and the ability of the police to protect the public from cold-blooded murder. Famous among true crime aficionados, Burke and Hare were the first serial killers to capture media attention, yet The Anatomy Murders is the first book to situate their story against the social and cultural forces that were bringing early nineteenth-century Britain into modernity. In Lisa Rosner's deft treatment, each of the murder victims, from the beautiful, doomed Mary Paterson to the unfortunate "Daft Jamie," opens a window on a different aspect of this world in transition. Tapping into a wealth of unpublished materials, Rosner meticulously portrays the aspirations of doctors and anatomists, the makeshift existence of the so-called dangerous classes, the rudimentary police apparatus, and the half-fiction, half-journalism of the popular press. The Anatomy Murders resurrects a tale of murder and medicine in a city whose grand Georgian squares and crescents stood beside a maze of slums, a place in which a dead body was far more valuable than a living laborer.