Vanity Fair Obtains, Reviews O.J. Book

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By Dylan Comment

James Wolcott on the unpublished yet increasingly easy-to-find If I Did It:

The banal horror of this book—apart from the ghoulish sanctimony of Judith Regan‘s entrepreneurial gusto that attended it—is that O.J. Simpson professes to open up and, once open, there’s nobody home, nobody there, nothing inside. It’s a vanishing act in full view.

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