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  1. 19 de sept. de 2011 · Every man a murderer. by. Doderer, Heimito von, 1896-1966. Publication date. 1964. Publisher. New York, Knopf. Collection. internetarchivebooks; inlibrary; printdisabled.

  2. Every Man a Murderer (German: Ein Mord, den jeder begeht) is a 1938 novel by the Austrian writer Heimito von Doderer. It is about a man who becomes obsessed with his wife's sister who died on a train a few years earlier.

  3. The narrative is leisurely and thoughtful concerning one Conrad Castiletz, a young man, who becomes fascinated with the story of his sister-in-law who was murdered on a train eight years before he met and married his wife; also how he discovers his own personal connections with this event.

  4. In that year his novel Ein Mord, den jeder begeht (Every Man a Murderer) was published. He converted to Catholicism in 1940 as a result of his reading of Thomas Aquinas and his alienation from the Nazis, which had been growing for some years.

  5. A novel of obsession and self-revelation encased in a murder mystery. A successful business man, Conrad Castiletz, is lead to investigate the death of his wife's sister,...

  6. A novel of obsession and self-revelation encased in a murder mystery. A successful business man, Conrad Castiletz, is lead to investigate the death of his wife's sister, Louison, on a train several ye.

  7. In “Every Man a Murderer,” Conrad's search for the kiner has more the feel of reality than his discovery, but then that may be only a peasant prejudice.