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Bugliosi not only shatters our illusions about the Simpson case, he defines and clarifies the experience of the trial. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
"Brilliant...the best book yet on the Simpson trial."
"The brutally candid, irreverent and authoritative book for which trial watchers have been hungry for too long."
-- San Francisco Examiner
The #1 New York Times bestseller by the author of Helter Skelter and prosecutor of Charles Manson.
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All four books arrived in one box, which made me very happy as it was left at my door. No need to have to pick them up.Published 20 months ago by Stephanie Vernon
After reading this book, it only made the obvious more obvious. If anyone had a "shadow of a doubt" it should have been put to rest after reading this book. Read morePublished on April 16 2013 by Brian Isleifson
With the exception of Helter Skelter, I find that Vincent Bugliosi's books are all about him. He has an incredible opinion of himself, and everything relates to that. Read morePublished on Sept. 21 2003
Having read all of the reviews of this book, I am not convinced that even had Vince Bugliosi prosecuted Simpson, he could have secured a guilty verdict. Read morePublished on July 9 2003
This month marks nine years since the murders of Ron and Nicole by Simpson. As such, I feel that it is appropriate to send this review during this month. Read morePublished on June 29 2003 by David Baime
3 1/2 stars
This book is the work of a brilliant, vital, insightful mind, who nonetheless shied away from at least one crucial, unavoidable conclusion of the facts he... Read more
This book is an excellent account of why the Simpson case was lost. Bugliosi is no doubt one of the best prosecutors--if not the best prosecutor-- in the nation. Read morePublished on Jan. 12 2003 by JD
Acclaimed American criminal trial lawyer Vincent Bugliosi offers up a highly informative, thought-provoking account of the O. Read morePublished on Aug. 16 2002 by Alain English