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by | Read by Marcia Clark

Biography & Memoir • 6 hrs. • Abridged • © 1997

Los Angeles prosecuting attorney Marcia Clark painstakingly reviews the triumphs, disappointments and emotional difficulties she encountered from the pre-trial period through the final verdict and the months after the O.J. Simpson trial. Clark narrates her story with dignity and intelligence, occasionally choking back tears as she traces her most difficult personal moments. Her appealing, gutsy speaking style has a distinctive "alto" crispness. The listener will find Clark very candid, openly revealing herself a rape victim. She explains how this devastating experience established her compassion for Nicole Brown Simpson and provided the motivation and insight for her prosecution. Clark is quite implicit and frank when revealing "behind the scenes" grandstanding and politicking by the trial's most infamous players. B.J.P. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: NOV/DEC 97]

Retail pak • Penguin Audiobooks • 1997

CS ISBN 0140864490 $23.95 • Four cassettes

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Retail pak • Penguin Audiobooks • 1997

CS ISBN 0140864490 $23.95 • Four cassettes

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