But the third room of the office is at the back, and that is where the assassin apparently persuaded all three women to go.
On Oct. 11, 1993, William Nygaard, the publisher of the novel in Norway, was shot three times by an assassin.
In other words, exactly who the assassin was targeting is still no more clear than it was the day the bodies were found.
There was no assassin but despite the overwhelming presence of troops and FBI agents, violent incidents still occurred.
They believe the assassin then searched the body and moved it closer to the car before escaping.
Orsini was the name of the assassin who attempted the life of Napoleon in.
This is Mr. Hurd, the detective, who is searching for the assassin of my dear father.
I want to tell her the truth—that the man is not my master, but his assassin.
"To follow him—the thief, the assassin—who struck me here;" he pointed to his head.
This romantic fancy had saved him from the assassin's knife.
1530s (in Anglo-Latin from mid-13c.), via French and Italian, from Arabic hashishiyyin "hashish-users," plural of hashishiyy, from hashish (q.v.). A fanatical Ismaili Muslim sect of the time of the Crusades, under leadership of the "Old Man of the Mountains" (translates Arabic shaik-al-jibal, name applied to Hasan ibu-al-Sabbah), with a reputation for murdering opposing leaders after intoxicating themselves by eating hashish. The plural suffix -in was mistaken in Europe for part of the word (cf. Bedouin).