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  • "This place has always had the gloom here," Kim Lambert, a tribal advocate on the reservation, said as she drove by a line of small houses people refer to as "murderer's row."

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  • An Indian Reservation Where Brutality Has Become Banal "This place has always had the gloom here," Kim Lambert, a tribal advocate on the reservation, said as she drove by a line of small houses people refer to as "murderer's row" because of its violence.

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  • "While the murderer's identity may not be that surprising, the author's ability to convey the unrelenting sadness of his characters 'lives and his deep psychological insights will satisfy those looking for more than mere thrills."

    Gone by Jonathan Kellerman: Book summary

  • Almost five full paragraphs are allotted to the murderer's roommate, an apparent expert on domestic violence, describing the broken-hearted killer who cried and wanted the victim back.

    Randy Susan Meyers: Nobody Kills for Love

  • A murderer's guilty conscience gets the better of him, driving him to confess his crime.

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  • It's truly a murderer's row of contemporary saxophonists, and they all get to wail like banshees, playing both with and against one another.

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  • I believe it was the brother of the victim who was then handed a knife and asked to slit the murderer's throat, which he then proceeded to do.

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  • Descriptions of the victim, courtesy of the murderer's roommate, describe her as lying, as complaining of being neglected, as being upset that the murderer didn't pay her sufficient attention.

    Randy Susan Meyers: Nobody Kills for Love

  • Barudi continues to investigate clandestinely and discovers the murderer's motive: it is a blood feud between the Mushtak and Shahin clans, reaching back to the beginnings of the 20th century.

    The Dark Side of Love by Rafik Schami: Book summary

  • "Love," the word, the concept, is written three times in the article: as explanation for this murder; as background information; as the murderer's feelings toward the victim; as his purported reason for killing this 24-year-old woman, 17 years his junior.

    Randy Susan Meyers: Nobody Kills for Love

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