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No, no, your Highness, I repeat it, and even at the risk of incurring your displeasure, Cornelius is no more guilty of the first crime than of the second; and of the second no more than of the first.
It was his first crime, I assure you, his first crime; he lost his head.
He published his first crime novel in 1969 entitled 'The Big Bounce.
My recollection is that the first crime in the 1919 Geneva Convention is "aggressive war"--a crime that occurs when your troops leave your borders at all (not with a visa and a flowery top to see Cuba).
Val McDermid also marks a 30-year anniversary - her first crime novel was published in September 1987.
Ross's first crime book features Digger, a plainclothes officer working in a rogue police force on the small Caribbean island of Camaho, who can read bones under LED lights.
Fedotov said, "This is the first Crime Commission to be held after the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The second shooting took place on Rosemont Drive, about a mile away from the first crime scene, Collins said.
These specially selected titles include: Malcolm Mackay's literary detective novel The Necessary Death of Lewis Winter; The Other Mrs Walker by Mary Paulson-Ellis; and The Axeman's Jazz by Ray Celestin, who won the John Creasey Award for Best First Crime Novel of the Year.
The Cuckoo's Calling, Rowling's first crime novel written under her pseudonym, was published in April 2013.
Kumar on Tuesday admitted to having committed his first crime when he was barely 17 years.
Two years later, a second youngster is killed and a teenager confesses - but insists he's innocent of the first crime.