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WHAT DOES CRIME OF PASSION MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Crime of passion
A crime of passion, or crime passionnel, in popular usage, refers to a violent crime, especially murder, in which the perpetrator commits the act against someone because of sudden strong impulse such as sudden rage rather than as a premeditated crime. The act, as is suggested by the name is often associated with the history of France. However, such crimes have existed and continue to exist in most cultures.
Synonyms and antonyms of crime of passion in the English dictionary of synonyms
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Translation of «crime of passion» into 25 languages
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «CRIME OF PASSION» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CRIME OF PASSION»
Discover the use of crime of passion in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to crime of passion and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
But at what price? By the author of A Vengeful Passion. "Graham writes with a passionate fire that is captivating to the very end." —Affaire de Coeur
Lynne Graham, 2011
When the police will not help Carmen Taylor find the person responsible for her sister's murder, she turns to the man who helped the prime suspect escape conviction, and the investigation leads to a world of drugs, prostitution, money ...
Roy Glenn, 2006
Hoping to impress his girlfriend while helping her murder her husband, Del Nolan plots to steal a gun from Clint Adams and kill him if necessary, but the Gunsmith decides to teach him a lesson. Original.
J. R. Roberts, 1996
Crime of Passion is a sweeping love story that is fueled by suspenseful drama, deception, and redemption. In a world filled with crime, drugs and deceit, Crime of Passion reminds us, that love will find a way.
Laura Lang, 2012
Bertie And The CrimeOfPassion
Bertie, Prince of Wales, is in Paris en route for Cannes in the spring of 1891.
Peter Lovesey, 2012
The Trial of Madame Caillaux
Experts from all the relevant fields constructed a weighty intellectual justification
for the people's tolerance of the crime of passion. It stands to reason, then, that
Madame Caillaux and her supporters would hope to tap this reservoir of ...
Edward Berenson, 1993
A Child's Book of True Crime: A Novel
Chloe Hooper chillingly captures this young woman's unraveling in an intense, witty, superbly crafted novel.
Chloe Hooper, 2013
Detective Lane Montana becomes the number one suspect in her own investigations when a message from a murder victim, taped immediately before his death on her answering machine, is mysteriously erased
Kay Hooper, 1991
Drawing on numerous first hand accounts, and a detailed assessment of Kathy's personal life, this is an incredibly disturbing profile of normality twisted out of all recognition into the dark world of the remorseless psychopath.
Sandra E. Lee, 2006
The Scarlet Letter: With an Introduction and Contemporary ...
The fact that Hester's adultery was a crime of passion, or a crime of the heart, is
another reason why the placement of the scarlet letter is so significant. It is clear
in the text that Hester's physical relationship with Dimmesdale had been an act of
Nathaniel Hawthorne, Joseph Pearce, Mary R. Reichardt, 2009
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