“The world does not know me,” Fuhrman writes. But we know what he said. Lange, Tom, and Philip Vannatter, with Dan Moldea. Evidence Dismissed. New York: Pocket Books, 1997.

Lange and Vannatter were the lead detectives on the case.

Spence, Gerry. O. The Last Word. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1997.

Well... maybe Spence’s last words.

Petrocelli, Daniel, with Peter Knobler. Triumph of Justice. New York: Crown, 1998. Petrocelli, the lawyer who represented the Goldman family, tells the story of the civil suit, including his confrontation with Simpson on the witness stand.

Dunne’s Vanity Fair essays chronicle life among the rich and famous and murderous. About half the book is devoted to Simpson’s trial, about which Dunne offers plenty of entertaining celebrity gossip, though not nearly as many insights as he thinks.

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