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on 7 March 1999
If you loved Mr. Spence on television, you'll hate this book. Why? Because his contrarian insight on television, becomes much too hypocritical in print. He rails against the media's coverage of the trial (of which he was a part), accuses Chris Darden and Marcia Clarke of being more interested in their illicit affair than the trial, and of course informs us how he would have won the case. Save the coin. I've read all OJ books and the three best are Jeffrey Toobin's, Lawrence Schiller's and for something different, Domminick Dunne's.