[Reading] ➬ Anatomy of a Murder ➳ Robert Traver – Higo2cam.info

Anatomy of a Murder I m so glad I m studying law at the time when the discovery process exists Proper review to come eventually. A classicI had heard of this novel most of my life, and I finally decided to see what all the fuss was about back in its day I was fascinated by the approach it took to a murder, knowing guilt at the outset, then truly hoping that innocence by means Librarian S Note An Alternate Cover Edition Can Be Found HereFirst 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 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. Thanks to a facebook friend for recommending I read this book for my read 50 books from 50states challenge This book takes place in MICHIGAN and I heard it is loosely based on real events.Well I will say for a book written in the 1950 s this was a topic I did not expect to be, and then I found out it was a very popular book and made into a movie.A crime of rape and murder that is brought to a sensational trial Most of the book is about the prep work for the trial and then the trial Hey court Thanks to a facebook friend for recommending I read this book for my read 50 books from 50states challenge This book takes place in MICHIGAN and I heard it is loosely based on real events.Well I will say for a book written in the 1950 s this was a topic I did not expect to be, a I randomly picked this up off my grandparent s bookshelf of leather bound Franklin books I have to say that not only did I thoroughly enjoy the well written story, but I learnedabout our legal system than in both my high school and college civics classes combined This will absolutely be a re read It was interesting, and definitely edgy for 1958, but it was written in this pedantic, good old boys, kind of style that drive me mad If you like courtroom drama, AND you don t mind a man s man type style and you re not too hung up Of the many constructs that have been invented by mankind to keep society whole, I see the invention of law as being the most important It may have started with ancient chiefs and kings dictating their personal, passionate, and biased desires for justice From there, councils took form, which somewhat normali This book really does not need another review but I must comment on the linguistic structure Traver delivers straightforward literature articulate, intelligent and expecting the same of his reader His structures are immaculate, his word choice superb The dry humor of his character delivers chuckle after chuckle This book bumps into my top ten Highly recommended as a stretch for younger readers a challenge to read, with a dictionary close by This is the kind of entertainment that is diff This book really does not need another review but I must comment on the linguistic structure Traver delivers straightfo A woman is raped at the gates of her neighborhood, but her cries for help register too late By the time her husband, one Lieutenant Frederic Manion of the US Army, realizes what has transpired, the rapist has fled for the safety of the local bara bar which he owns Undeterred, the Lieutenant enters the bar, calmly empties his Luger pistol into the man s chest, and leaves to deliver himself into the hands of the closest deputy sheriff Paul Biegler is a former prosecuting attorney with congr A woman is raped at the gates of her neighborhood, but her cries for help register too late By the time her husband, one Lieutenant Frederic Manion of the US Army, realizes what has transpired, the rapist has fled for the safety of the local bara bar which he owns Undeterred, the Lieutenant enters the bar, calmly empties his Luger pistol into the man s chest, and leaves to deliver himself into the hands of the closest deputy sheriff Paul Biegler is a former prosecuting attorney with congressional ambitions and a struggling practice While Biegler is a potent lawyer, abombastic rival in town attracts most of the criminal defense work A call from Manion seems like a dread godsend while a victory could establish and spread his reputation, a defeat might make him a laughingstock The prosecuting attorney is a man who has already defeated Biegler once at the polls, and who has an eye on the same congressional seat as Biegler This seems like a simple case At 2 on the 1958 bestseller list is this story of a murder and trial, set in a small town in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan The legal thriller has become a staple in current fiction but was a fairly new genre in the 1950s Compulsion, a 1957 bestseller by Meyer Levin was the beginning, but Levin had a journalism background while Robert Traver had been a practicing lawyer and judge The writin


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