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The Confession of O. J. Simpson
In what promises to be the most controversial book of the year, this "what if" novel supposes that O.J. Simpson accepts Fred Goldman's offer to drop the civil suit award in exchange for a full confession. Already the subject of several New York radio shows, including Howard Stern's, "The Confession of O.J". provides a bold final chapter to the most sensational trial of our ...more
Paperback, 219 pages
Published August 1st 1997 by Berkley Trade
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Far-fetched but fascinating fictional account of how O.J. Simpson "might have" confessed to the murder of his ex-wife, Nicole, and of Ronald Goldman. The narrator of this first-person novel is a lawyer whom Simpson contacts after both the criminal and civil trials are over and claims that he would write a confession to the murders if Fred Goldman would drop his claim for the judgment he won at the civil trial. (In this novel, Goldman has made this offer indirectly to Simpson through the media.)