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In a book that's certain to make headlines, the only person to prosecute O.J. Simpson successfully for double homicide reveals the gripping, behind-the-scenes story of how he prepared for, and won, the civil trial, why the prosecution team in the criminal trial failed, and what actually happened that night in Brentwood.

©1998 Daniel Petrocelli (P)1998 Penguin Random House LLC

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  • Armond
  • 05-07-16

Guilty! Flawless job Daniel.

Absolutely loved listening to this. If only the Prosecution in the criminal trial could have done half the job that Daniel did while questioning Ol Orenthal.

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  • STEVE N.
  • 22-07-17

Better than expected

I learned stories and facts I had never
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  • M. Ward
  • 15-09-16

Great story. Narration, not so much.

Some people should not narrate their own books. With that said, thank God justice was finally served. Mr. Petrocelli is a superb writer and a great lawyer. He has a way of pulling you into the scene. As a narrator, he's rather monotone and dry and robotic. However, it didn't stop me from listening to the book. It did stop me from giving it 5 stars.