Quotes About Murderer

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Patrick Süskind
“He had preserved the best part of her and made it his own: the principle of her scent.”
Patrick Süskind, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer

Cassandra Clare
“He is a demon, Clarissa,” said Valentine, still in the same soft voice. “A demon with a man’s face. I know how deceptive such monsters can be. Remember, I spared him once myself.”
Monster?” echoed Clary. She thought of Luke, Luke pushing her on the swings when she was five years old, higher, always higher; Luke at her graduation from middle school, camera clicking away like a proud father’s; Luke sorting through each box of books as it arrived at his store, looking for anything she might like and putting it aside. Luke lifting her up to pull apples down from the trees near his farmhouse. Luke, whose place as her father this man was trying to take. “Luke isn’t a monster,” she said in a voice that matched Valentine’s, steel for steel. “Or a murderer. You are.”
“Clary!” It was Jace.
Clary ignored him. Her eyes were fixed on her father’s cold black ones. “You murdered your wife’s parents, not in battle but in cold blood,” she said. “And I bet you murdered Michael Wayland and his little boy, too. Threw their bones in with my grandparents’ so that my mother would think you and Jace were dead. Put your necklace around Michael Wayland’s neck before you burned him so everyone would think those bones were yours. After all your talk about the untainted blood of the Clave — you didn’t care at all about their blood or their innocence when you killed them, did you? Slaughtering old people and children in cold blood, that’s monstrous.”
Cassandra Clare, City of Bones

Jarod Kintz
“I had a dream about you. I invented and sold shoes that left no footprints, and you were thinking about committing a murder in a muddy area. I said that committing a murder was a bad idea, and that you should commit several murders, but I was just trying to sell more shoes.
Jarod Kintz, We Had A #Dream About You

Khalil Gibran
“When a man kills another man, the people say he is a murderer, but when the Emir kills him, the Emir is just. When a man robs a monastery, they say he is a thief, but when the Emir robs him of his life, the Emir is honourable. When a woman betrays her husband, they say she is an adulteress, but when the Emir makes her walk naked in the streets and stones her later, the Emir is noble. Shedding of blood is forbidden, but who made it lawful for the Emir? Stealing one's money is a crime, but taking away one's life is a noble act. Betrayal of a husband may be an ugly deed, but stoning of living souls is a beautiful sight. Shall we meet evil with evil and say this is the Law? Shall we fight corruption with greater corruption and say this is the Rule? Shall we conquer crimes with more crimes and say this is Justice? Had not the Emir killed an enemy in his past life? Had he not robbed his weak subjects of money and property? Had he not committed adultery? Was he infallible when he killed the murderer and hanged the thief in the tree? Who are those who hanged the thief in the tree? Are they angels descended from heaven, or men looting and usurping? Who cut off the murderer's head? Are they divine prophets, or soldiers shedding blood wherever they go? Who stoned that adulteress? Were they virtuous hermits who came from their monasteries, or humans who loved to commit atrocities with glee, under the protection of ignorant Law? What is Law? Who saw it coming with the sun from the depths of heaven? What human saw the heart of God and found its will or purpose? In what century did the angels walk among the people and preach to them, saying, "Forbid the weak from enjoying life, and kill the outlaws with the sharp edge of the sword, and step upon the sinners with iron feet?”
Khalil Gibran, Spirits Rebellious/The Madman/The Forerunner

Jarod Kintz
“Ruby has eyes that sparkle like emeralds. Or sapphires. Not too sure what color her eyes are, because I try to avoid eye contact with murder suspects—especially if they are sexy.”
Jarod Kintz, Seven Sisters Sinister Murder Mystery Dinner

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“A murderer is a killer without a uniform.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

This guy looks like a murderer trying to look like a normal guy trying to
“This guy looks like a murderer trying to look like a normal guy trying to look like a murder. Could he be the killer? Only if M.C. Escher is the victim.”
Jarod Kintz, Seven Sisters Sinister Murder Mystery Dinner

Geoffrey Knight
“Go ahead," Leandro tempted, "I dare you."
"I'm a theif, my hands are fast."
"I'm a murderer, so are mine.”
Geoffrey Knight, Scott Sapphire and the Emerald Orchid

Dan Wells
“Quiet down," said Falin. "Didn't you say something about an ambush and a murderer?"
"Crap, yes," said Marcus, and pulled Kira down behind the escalator. "Also: murderess. Don't be sexist, women can murder people too.”
Dan Wells, Ruins

“On tue un homme, on est un assassin. On tue des millions d'hommes, on est un conquérant. On les tue tous, on est un dieu.

Kill a man, and you are a murderer. Kill millions of men and you are a conqueror. Kill everyone, and you are a god.”
Jean Rostand, Pensées D'un Biologiste

Toba Beta
“Murderer ain't fit to eternity.”
Toba Beta, My Ancestor Was an Ancient Astronaut

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“A soldier is a killer pardoned.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Israelmore Ayivor
“Complacency is a sword of two edges. One edge kills hard earned successes while the other end stops future glories. Complacency is a murderer and a barrier!”
Israelmore Ayivor, The Great Hand Book of Quotes

Katherine Ewell
“There is no escape for me now, I know. Everything is over. I had my run. I was a murderer, a beautiful one, but I lived in a house of cards all my life and now it's all coming back to punish me, and there is no escape.”
Katherine Ewell, Dear Killer

“Hello?” I ask.

No one is there. Not a word. Not a whisper. Not a single sound resonating from the other side of the receiver.

“Hello? Anyone there?” I ask again. Repeating myself. I am beginning to feel rather anxious now. Scared, would be a better word to use. Shivers have begun to creep up my spinal cord, and I can feel the urgency of goose pimples begin to line up on by frightened pale skin.”
Keira D. Skye

Arzum Uzun
“I killed my ex lovers
and buried to my memories' grave.
It is January
And I am tired of being brave.”
Arzum Uzun

Jarod Kintz
“If I were a shovel salesman, my biggest customers would be murderers. Oh, and spurned lovers trying to bury the past.”
Jarod Kintz, This Book is Not for Sale

Jarod Kintz
“Could a black man be the murderer? Let’s not be cliché. That would be too obvious. He’s so suspicious that he can’t possibly be a suspect—and that’s why I locked my car doors and hid my wallet.”
Jarod Kintz, Seven Sisters Sinister Murder Mystery Dinner

Ellery Queen
“It was wrong. It was like arresting the gun for murder.”
Ellery Queen, The Player on the Other Side

Jarod Kintz
“I’m a murderer. I killed the conversation. She said she loved me, and I said, “If you love me, wait until you meet my clone!”
Jarod Kintz, My love can only occupy one person at a time

Jarod Kintz
“I once had a dream about a woman, and the next day she died. I stopped sleeping for three days after that to try to save some lives, but then my body relented and I went back to being a murderer.”
Jarod Kintz, This Book is Not for Sale

Jarod Kintz
“She’s too sexy to be a killer—but not a murderer. A woman this beautiful gets a patsy to dole out death, and that makes her a lead murder suspect.”
Jarod Kintz, Seven Sisters Sinister Murder Mystery Dinner

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“A killer is someone who killed another without their country’s permission.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

C. JoyBell C.
“And at that moment, Thibaut knew he was a murderer. He had murdered his brother that night; he had taken away his brother's soul.”
C. JoyBell C., Saint Paul Trois Chateaux: 1948: A Novella by C. Joybell C.

Toba Beta
“Murderers don't fit in society of immortals.”
Toba Beta, Betelgeuse Incident: Insiden Bait Al-Jauza

M.F. Moonzajer
“The outcome of insane parents is either a murderer or an intellectual.”

Marie Lu
“I belong to no one. On this night, I swear to you that I will rise above everything you’ve ever taught me. I will become a force that this world has never known. I will come into such power that none will dare hurt me again.”
Marie Lu

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