A review of the American Crime Story source book at Previously.TV
So that’s the grand abstract. The sordid concrete is this: as with everything, eighty percent of the OJ-Simpson-case niche of true crime is steaming summertime garbage, badly written, self-aggrandizing, irrelevant, outright false, or some noxious combination. An even-handed, direct accounting of the Simpson trial feels by comparison like an act of courage, and one written by an attorney turned legal analyst, who witnessed the entire trial but has no agenda beyond that and is plain about his own involvements and opinions, is a breath of fresh air.
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