Memory of Murder

Books by Ramona Richards Love Inspired Suspense A MurderAmong Friends The Face ofDeceit The Taking ofCarly Bradford Field ofDanger House ofSecrets Memory ofMurder RAMONA RICHARDS A writer and editor since 1975, Ramona Richards has ...

Memory of Murder

The secrets of her past could imperil her future Lindsey Presley certainly can't imagine why anyone would want her dead—though she knows she wouldn't be alive today if not for the local cop who saved her from two murder attempts. Deputy Jeff Gage has worked difficult cases, but with only Lindsey's fractured memories of a broken past to guide him, this is by far his most challenging. For Lindsey, fleeing the town she has come to call home is unthinkable. Separately, they are vulnerable, but together, Jeff and Lindsey just may stand a chance of catching a ruthless killer.

I Know What I Saw

She remembers everything.

I Know What I Saw

She remembers everything. She knows nothing. Only a handful of people in the world have a truly perfect memory. Nicola is one of them. With her condition proving to be more of a curse than a blessing, she has spent years trying to live a quiet life. But a body has been found, a discovery that threatens to tear the community apart. Nicola remembers the night with perfect clarity, but she never discovered the truth of what happened. Now she must use her ability to solve the murder from decades ago... And save the man she loved from being wrongly convicted of the crime.

The Teeth May Smile But the Heart Does Not Forget

An analysis of Uganda's formidable national challenges in the aftermath of Idi Amin's tyrannical reign focuses on the unsolved murder of Eliphaz Laki and the country's polarizing efforts to simultaneously move on from past conflicts and ...

The Teeth May Smile But the Heart Does Not Forget

An analysis of Uganda's formidable national challenges in the aftermath of Idi Amin's tyrannical reign focuses on the unsolved murder of Eliphaz Laki and the country's polarizing efforts to simultaneously move on from past conflicts and provide justice for victims.

The Murder of a Memory

Avery Goodchild is a spook out on a limb.

The Murder of a Memory

Avery Goodchild is a spook out on a limb. At the height of the Weimar Republic, Berlin is the reddest city in Europe but what has the march of Marxism brought? For him, not much. It's time to cut his ties with the Party. The freshly covered corpse of that failed operation in Albania is starting to smell. It's time to run. If he plays his cards right, he can sell what he knows in London, it might just save his life.In London, Jasper Lewingdon can't forget or forgive. Over a year has passed since he helped strangle that squalid little plot in Albania. A year to mull over what happened while those that sent him could forget it ever happened, pretend it never did. He can't pretend. He has to get close to the clique that controlled the conspiracy, expose them, make up for his mistakes. Most importantly, he has to atone for not putting a bullet in Avery Goodchild when he had the chance.

Memory Murder

But the police have their eye on Alice. And in the middle of this maelstrom, she falls in love with Ed, a writer from the New York Times. Alibi's and accusations fly like arrows in this story; even the ending is in doubt.

Memory Murder

Alice already has a full plate of life. She is working as a cutting edge Programer at Bell Labs, raising her precocious 5 year old daughter, and worrying about her ex-husband, Hugh, who is getting out of prison. Several years, she caught him having sex with Darlene, the underage babysitter, and he blames Alice for all his troubles. Hugh and Darlene plan to get married, and Darlene informs Alice that they plan to take Alice's daughter. Soon after, Alice discovers Darlene drowned in the computer room. All the evidence points to her as the murderer. How can she prove her innocence? She discovers Darlene was stringing along other men: Jason, a fellow programer, is seduced by Darlene; Ralph, Alice's boss, allowed Darlene to live with his family and fell in love with her. And Mrs. d'Rossa, head of the keypunch section, has ties with the local Mafia, and it turns out that Darlene was involved in her grandson's death. But the police have their eye on Alice. And in the middle of this maelstrom, she falls in love with Ed, a writer from the New York Times. Alibi's and accusations fly like arrows in this story; even the ending is in doubt.

The Memory Game

On an autumn morning the body of a sixteen-year-old girl is found buried in the garden of a country house in Shropshire.

The Memory Game

On an autumn morning the body of a sixteen-year-old girl is found buried in the garden of a country house in Shropshire. She is Natalie Martello and she has been missing for a quarter of a century. The Memory Gameis a highly sophisticated psychological thriller based around the controversial theme of recovered memory syndrome. It provides a deeply disturbing and original portrayal of how family secrets can tear the most successful lives apart. It is a thriller of rare power.

Memory Man

"Amos Decker's life changed forever--twice.

Memory Man


A Memory for Murder

To Remember the truth, she'll have to forget the lies.

A Memory for Murder

To Remember the truth, she'll have to forget the lies... When former high-powered lawyer turned PI Selma Falck is shot and her oldest friend, a junior MP, is killed in a sniper attack, everyone - including the police - assume that Selma was the prime target. But when two other people with connections to the MP are also found murdered, it becomes clear that there is a wider conspiracy at play. As Selma sets out to avenge her friend's death, and discover the truth behind the conspiracy, her own life is threatened once again. Only this time, the danger may be closer to home than she could possibly have realised...

Genocide and the Politics of Memory

Herbert Hirsch studies repetitions of large-scale human violence in order to ascertain why people in every historical epoch seem so willing to kill each other.

Genocide and the Politics of Memory

More than sixty million people have been victims of genocide in the twentieth century alone, including recent casualties in Bosnia and Rwanda. Herbert Hirsch studies repetitions of large-scale human violence in order to ascertain why people in every historical epoch seem so willing to kill each other. He argues that the primal passions unleashed in the cause of genocide are tied to the manipulation of memory for political purposes. According to Hirsch, leaders often invoke or create memories of real or fictitious past injustices to motivate their followers to kill for political gain or other reasons. Generations pass on their particular versions of events, which then become history. If we understand how cultural memory is created, Hirsch says, we may then begin to understand how and why episodes of mass murder occur and will be able to act to prevent them. In order to revise the politics of memory, Hirsch proposes essential reforms in both the modern political state and in systems of education.

Raw Memory

This is a tour de force, posing questions essential not only to the future of the former Yugoslavia but to all of Europe."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Raw Memory

"In August 1992 an American journalist uncovered the existence of Serb nationalist-run internment camps in and around the Bosnian town of Prijedor. Images of terrorized, emaciated Croat and Muslim detainees, alongside accounts of starvation, rape and murder, shocked the world and forced the prompt closure of these camps. But they were just one aspect of a campaign of 'ethnic cleansing' that helped to drive more than 40,000 people - nearly half the pre-war population of Prijedor - into exile." "Beginning with an unadorned account of the hideous events of 1992, Raw Memory offers first-hand testimonies from refugees, camp survivors, war criminals and international agents, and reflects upon the powers and limitations of the 'international community' in its attempts to administer justice or secure reconciliation. This is a tour de force, posing questions essential not only to the future of the former Yugoslavia but to all of Europe."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

The Dublin Murder Mysteries

This volume includes: No Memory Lost: Mike West and his partner are shocked to find the small body of a child abandoned in a suitcase. Who is she?

The Dublin Murder Mysteries

Three novels in the compelling Irish crime thriller series featuring Detective Garda Sergeant Mike West. These atmospheric police thrillers follow twisting trails of murder, revenge, and intrigue through the suburbs of Dublin. This volume includes: No Memory Lost: Mike West and his partner are shocked to find the small body of a child abandoned in a suitcase. Who is she? No child has been reported missing, and even as their search reaches beyond Ireland’s borders they struggle with the case. Soon another death grabs their attention—and leads them to a stunning realization . . . Previously published as Death in Foxrock No Crime Forgotten: An emergency call from St Monica’s church leads West to a corpse suspended from the beams in front of the altar. The victim’s fingerprints show that the man was just released after serving time for rape. Revenge seems like the obvious motive—but the list of suspects grows as high-level clergy exert pressure and the case takes an unexpected twist. No Easy Answer: Detective Garda Sergeant Mike West just wants to take a break and settle down with his fiancée. But now two new cases have come in: A hit and run in which the victim’s family is acting suspiciously, and a missing woman found dead with the post-mortem suggesting foul play. It only gets worse when human body parts start turning up. Everybody avoids using the words serial killer—but West fears that if he can’t make some progress, someone else is bound to die . . .

Criminal Law Reports

If any person of sound memory and discretion , unlawfully kill any reasonable creature , in being , and under the peace of the State , with malice aforethought , either express or implied , such person shall be guilty of murder .

Criminal Law Reports


Murder s Long Memory

Murder s Long Memory


Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Tennessee

We have adopted the definition of murder given by Sir Edward Coke . The person to be guilty of murder must be of sound memory and discretion ; " for , ” as Blackstone says , “ unatics or infants are incapable of committing any crime ...

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Tennessee


Deadly Memory

***The first book in the Her Super Spy Trilogy, is is a story of Romantic Suspense, Espionage...and murder.Falling in love can be hazardous to your health!Samantha King is a hopeless romantic when it comes to love.

Deadly Memory

***The first book in the Her Super Spy Trilogy, is is a story of Romantic Suspense, Espionage...and murder.Falling in love can be hazardous to your health!Samantha King is a hopeless romantic when it comes to love. On vacation in London, England, she meets Will, a guy that she could really go for. So, when he disappears on her, she just chalks it up to her bad luck. She finds out the next morning the reason he disappeared-he was murdered in the alley behind the pub they met in. Tom Bridges, a Data Intelligence Officer for the civilian branch of MI5. The murdered man was his friend. Sam King has the stick drive that Will was bringing in-Tom knows it. He's going to have to keep her safe in order to get it from her. Because the killer knows she has it too. Even if she doesn't know it. The attraction between the two is immediate. And platonic, to Sam's disappointment. All she knows is that if Tom will stop being all business and give her a chance, she might be able to break the romance curse. If they both live that long.

International Developments in Investigative Interviewing

One of the cases in which a miscarriage of justice took place was the murder of a 23-year-old air hostess in 1994. ... interrogations (what could have happened?); the assumption that the suspects had repressed the murder; guided memory; ...

International Developments in Investigative Interviewing

This book examines international developments in investigative interviewing. It analyses the cases and other factors leading to the paradigm shift in a number of countries, it considers issues that are of current interest to practitioners and academics including the continuing calls for the use of torture, whether it is possible to detect deception and the contribution of investigative interviewing methods to concepts of therapeutic and restorative justice. The book responds to the recognition that there are currently no international human rights instruments that relate specifically to custodial questioning, whilst also offering a critical analysis of the attempts to influence investigator and prosecutor behaviour by recourse to human rights. This book will be essential reading for practitioners designing and delivering investigative interviewing training programmes as well as academics and students studying international criminal justice.

The American Reports

We have then , first , ' sound memory ' in the slayer ; second , a ' reasonable creature ' slain ; and the slayer prompted by ' malice . ' These constitute murder , and nothing less than all of these can constitute murder .

The American Reports


Fundamentals of Cognitive Psychology

A clinician testified that Eileen had recovered a repressed memory of the murder. The trauma of the murder had caused Eileen to repress the memory throughout her childhood, according to the testimony in the trial.

Fundamentals of Cognitive Psychology

`Kellogg lucidly presents the basics of what historical and contemporary psychological science has taught us about the workings of the human mind. Students will enjoy learning from this book†- Elizabeth Loftus, University of California, Irvine `Fundamentals of Cognitive Psychology combines a thorough review of classic data with highly relevant contemporary every-day examples. The text draws a wide arc that encompasses most aspects of cognitive psychology-ranging from visual consciousness to knowledge representation, language, and problem solving. Kellogg illustrates the material with many relevant and insightful examples of cognitive disorders, which are certain to pique students’ interest' - Stephan Lewandowsky, University of Western Australia This clear and concise text offers undergraduate students a brief but solid introduction to the fundamental concepts of cognitive psychology. Integrating the latest developments in cognitive neuroscience, neuroimaging, emotion, and cognitive development throughout the text, author Ronald T. Kellogg provides a view of what is happening at the leading edge of the field today. Key Features: " Focuses on the “essentials†of cognitive psychology: Does not bog students down in tangential or esoteric asides or in topics more suitable for discussion in advanced follow-up courses. " Integrates coverage of neuroscience: A four-color insert of cognitive tasks that students can replicate and related brain images (PET and fMRI) helps students develop a deeper understanding of the neuroscience behind cognitive processes. " Emphasizes practical applications: Concrete implications of cognitive research are woven into the narrative of the text rather than boxed in inserts that students would be tempted to ignore as unnecessary detail. " Highlights important concepts: Margin notes summarize important concepts, providing further clarification when needed and giving students previewing and reviewing guideposts.