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Anatomy of a Murder Librarian s note An alternate cover edition can be found hereFirst published by St Martin s in , 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 timeA 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

About the Author: Robert Traver

Robert Traver is the pseudonym of John Donaldson Voelker who served as the Prosecuting Attorney of Marquette County, Michigan and later as the 74th Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court He wrote many books reflecting his two passions, the law and flyfishing, Troubleshooters, Danny and the Boys and Small Town D.A.

10 thoughts on “Anatomy of a Murder

  1. says:

    I can t believe I ve never seen this book s movie I love James Stewart But at least this way I had no idea what was going to happen next in the book that was nice And, funnily enough, I still had the odd little perk of being able to hear Jimmy s voice in my head for a lot of the lines Oh, and Lee Remick is perfect as Laura Manion I have a cough irresistible impulse t

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    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 leave

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    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 on getting to the story quickly, this will be a great book to read If any of those things annoy you, stay away.

  4. says:

    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

  5. says:

    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

  6. says:

    In my opinion the 1958 fictionalized true crime story ANATOMY OF A MURDER is a good book that made a near great movie Note that the publisher even issued a later paperback edition with a movie poster reproduction as its cover Travers wrote this book meticulously, but practically all the plot incident wound up in Otto Preminger s equally meticulous 1959 movie with its never bef

  7. says:

    Many consider it the greatest legal thriller courtroom drama of all time with strong dissent from fans of Agatha Christie s Witness for the Prosecution This iconic thriller involves a suspenseful murder trial that could go either way I find it especially interesting because the story was inspired by an actual case handled by the author in his other life as a criminal defense law

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    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 of insanity would be proven We learn a lot about human nature, especially our own, by the time we reach the end Equally fascinating i

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    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

  10. says:

    This classic courtroom drama was made into a blockbuster movie in 1959 starring Jimmy Stewart as the main character, defense attorney Paul Biegler The facts of the killing are well known from the beginning The defendant s wife, Laura, was raped by the local innkeeper and the defendant, an army lieutenant, took a gun, went to the bar, and shot the rapist dead He reported that he had do

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