Murderer Quotes

Quotes tagged as "murderer" (showing 1-30 of 54)
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

Robin Hobb
“Assassins take no pride in fighting fairly. We take pride in winning.”
Robin Hobb, Fool's Quest

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

Israelmore Ayivor
“Some people are murderers of their own gifts. They wait and see their dreams suffer from deficiency of actions. The end result is that the world is robbed as they baggage their dead dreams for the cemetery!”
Israelmore Ayivor, Leaders' Watchwords

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

“I gave up love and happiness a long time ago.”
Richard Ramirez

“We've all got the power to kill in our hands, but most of us are afraid to use it. Those who aren't, control life itself.”
Richard Ramirez

Obie Williams
“A predator is what you are, and nothing you can do will change that. But being a killer is a choice you make. That’s the dilemma of free will. You can’t change your nature, but you can decide how to act on it.”
Obie Williams, The Crimes of Orphans

Edgar Allan Poe
“You are rich, respected, admired, beloved; you are happy, as once I was. ”
Edgar Allan Poe

Jim Thompson
“I knew–though I didn't recognize the fact–that I wasn't all right.”
Jim Thompson, The Killer Inside Me

Heather Day Gilbert
“But there will be no redemption for me. I will become the most unmerciful of murderers. I accept my fate.”
Heather Day Gilbert, Forest Child

Cherie Priest
“I would let the whole town think I’m a madwoman and a murderer, let it scorn and reject me, let its children compose hateful rhymes to be sung whilst jumping rope.”
Cherie Priest, Maplecroft

“Murderers sow death, and complain of the desert. (Meurtriers sèment la mort, - Et se plaignent du désert.)”
Charles de Leusse

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

“None of us are saints.”
Albert Fish

Caleb Roehrig
“Well, shit, he's obviously the murderer." April squeals breathlessly, "Look at this place! Friggin Dracula wouldn't go in there.”
Caleb Roehrig

“Death. I have fed that foul beast a feast, and yet it still hungers. I have killed… many. My hands are covered in blood that will not wash out, blood that will stain them for as long as I draw breath.”
[author:Emmanuel M Arriaga|14242139], [book:Foundra: The Rift War|26208458]

“racism it's just a hideaway for ignorant people, they are just murderer for the freedom who beat the bushes to divide and destroy..there only a black hole in their skull that leading them to nowhere..(Ejump, 2016)”
Ejump Schiffler

“The closest and most precious people in your life are guaranteed to make you feel the entire spectrum of human emotions.”
John Wayne Gacy

Linda Barlow
“How anybody in town could think me a murderer when I couldn't even throw a stray out into the rain, I cannot fathom.”
Linda Barlow, Call Me Killer

Sherman Alexie
“But my grandmother wanted us to forgive her murderer.”
Sherman Alexie, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

Alex Kudera
“From there, a more difficult period began. Even the villains, the world's worst people, the one percent, what have you, imagine themselves to be the heroes of their own stories, and I saw myself this way. I, too, could be a hero or protagonist, and not some mere bystander in the greater drama of someone else's life. It was awkward to see a murderer as a hero, so I had to constantly remind myself of how Auggie's stepfather had been selfish and evil.”
Alex Kudera, Auggie's Revenge

Francis Iles
“The evidence knocked clean out of their hands. Nothing but suspicion left…and you can’t arrest a murderer on suspicion, oh dear no! Only felonious loiterer’s and housebreakers and low scum like that. Not an artist in death, like Edmund Alfred Bickleigh, Esq. MRCS, LRCP.”
Francis Iles, Malice Aforethought

“Miko: You would stand between me and this evil murderer?

Hinjo: I'll stand between any two murderers I wish, thanks.”
Rich Burlew, War and XPs

Jaxon Reed
“He finally found someone like him. Someone who shared his abilities, someone who understood what he had to go through every day. And she turned out to be bad. Evil. A murderess and a thief. That hurt more than not knowing if he would ever find someone else out there like him.”
Jaxon Reed, The Empathic Detective

“Fornication is the murderer of champions and of people who have success, power, wisdom and anointing.”
Sunday Adelaja

Hiroya Oku
“Only when I save the lives of others do I truly feel as though I am human. Do you only feel that you are human when you take the lives of others?”
Hiroya Oku, Inuyashiki 7

Agatha Christie
“It’s so dreadfully easy...killing people… And you begin to feel that it doesn’t matter…That it’s only you that matters! It’s dangerous...that.”
Agatha Christie, Death on the Nile

Michael  Grant
“The food is ready,” Zil announced to loud cheers.
“But we have something more important to do, first, before we can eat.”
“We have to carry out some justice.”
That earned a silent stare until Turk and Hank started raising their hands and yelling, showing the crowd how to act.
“This mutant, this nonhuman scum here, this freak Hunter…” Zil pointed, arm stretched out, at his captive. “This chud deliberately murdered my best friend, Harry.”
“Na troo,” Hunter said. His mouth still didn’t work right. Brain damage, Zil supposed, from the little knock on his head. Half of Hunter’s face drooped like it wasn’t quite attached right. It made it easier for the crowd of kids to sneer at him, and Hunter, yelling in his drooling retard voice, wasn’t helping his case.
“He’s a killer!” Zil cried suddenly, smacking his fist into his palm.
“A freak! A mutant!” he cried. “And we know what they’re like, right? They always have enough food. They run everything. They’re in charge and we’re all starving. Is that some kind of coincidence? No way.”
“Na troo,” Hunter moaned again.
“Take him!” Zil cried to Antoine and Hank. “Take him, the murdering mutant scum!”
They seized Hunter by the arms. He could walk, but only by dragging one leg. They half carried, half marched him across the plaza. They dragged him up the church steps.
“Now,” Zil said, “here is how we’re going to do this.” He waved his hand toward the rope that Lance was unspooling back through the plaza.
An expectant pause. A dangerous, giddy feeling. The smell of the meat had them all crazy. Zil could feel it.
“You all want some of this delicious venison?”
They roared their assent.
“Then you’ll all grab on to the rope.”
Michael Grant, Hunger

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