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  • Without a Doubt

  • By: Marcia Clark, Teresa Carpenter - contributor
  • Narrated by: Marcia Clark
  • Length: 5 hrs and 35 mins
  • Abridged
  • Overall
    4.5 out of 5 stars 549
  • Performance
    4.5 out of 5 stars 492
  • Story
    4.5 out of 5 stars 485

From the outside, the prosecution's case looked bulletproof, but Marcia Clark knew better. Mountains of physical evidence connected O. J. Simpson to the murders of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman, but that didn't mean it would be easy. For the woman charged with prosecuting the "Trial of the Century", the light of fame would glow white hot, as the media scrutinized her strategy, her family, even her hair. As the case spun out of control, Marcia Clark stood tall.

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  • Absolutely Riveting

  • By Simone on 01-13-17

Solid, revealing, full of upstanding character

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Reviewed: 02-10-17

Marcia Clark is a woman of strength, brains, and character. She also is a wonderfully expressive writer; accurately revealing all the behind-the-scenes goings on of the OJ murder trial, the politics, the emotional ups and downs that she went through, and also of all those related and affected by OJ's violent murdering of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman. We also see the smarmy acts of the so-called Dream Team, as well as the social racial reasons for why the jury may have chosen to ignore the obvious and factual guilt of OJ. There is so much more. Yes, it's true that many of us are quite familiar with the "story beats", already. Yet, I still learned much more, was awakened to other fresh ideas that I hadn't been aware of before (this book IS that rich). HIGHLY RECOMMEND.

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