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So you'll probably want to read this book through from its first page to its very last.
Bugliosi is a brilliant attorney, an astute observer, and a sharp writer, all qualities admirably displayed in this book.
Again, Mr. Bugliosi convinced this reader that both the prosecution and defense bungled this trial.
This book is the one you want to read if you want to believe O. J. Simpson really was the murderer of his wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and of Ron Goldman. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Steven A. Malinowski
Very perceptive. It was also like receiving a semester of law school instruction. It is full of detail and excellent examples.Published 1 month ago by Leslie K
Interesting but a little wordy. I have a fascination with this subject; therefore, this book satisfied my curiosity.Published 1 month ago by NENE
Mr. Bugliosi does a great job in reviewing all the facts that led up to the "not guilty" verdict. Read morePublished 1 month ago by L. Mahoney
Compared to his Helter Skelter book this was a disappointment. The writing style is fine but there were no real insights into the main characters.Published 2 months ago by Bob C.
I read Helter Skelter and really enjoyed it. This book was disappointing, as the author went off on various unrelated tangents throughout, and seemed to ramble a lot. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pamela
This book will really make you mad. Well written with a little repetition here and there. Vinny really shows you how OJ got away with murder. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John K. Skalecki
This was a very well written an interesting book. We all know the story, so I won't bore with those details. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andrea A.