If you tie a man's hands there is nothing moral about his not committing murder.
I'm sort of murdered for selling books. The idea is, if you make money your work can't be literary.
The murder of Sean Brown hurt my soul.
Well, we all have murderous thoughts throughout the day, if not the week.
Unlike the Holocaust, Stalin's murders are forgotten: dust blowing in the wind.
How strange it is that murder has the sanction of law in one and only one of the human relationships, and that is the most important of all, that of nation to nation.
Agatha Christie never wrote books that just started with a dead body, and a 'Let's find out who the murderer is', which is kind of mysterious but not that mysterious. She always started with, 'How can this thing be happening; isn't it strange?'
Everything is personal - the poems and the crime novels. I have never been involved in any murders, but there are strong autobiographical elements in each.
I really hate those books where the murderer turns out to be somebody you never heard of who pops up in the last chapter.
Each murder is one too many.
It takes two to make a murder. There are born victims, born to have their throats cut, as the cut-throats are born to be hanged.
I wrote Murder at the Windmill. And it was accepted and we made it and it was the first film I made with Danny Angel, well the only film I actually made... I made a lot of it at the Windmill itself.
The truth, of course, is that the only necessary and sufficient condition for human beings to murder one another is the simple fact of being human.
These people have served a longer sentence than some people who have committed murder.
A murderer is regarded by the conventional world as something almost monstrous, but a murderer to himself is only an ordinary man. It is only if the murderer is a good man that he can be regarded as monstrous.
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