Former Los Angeles deputy district attorney and head prosecutor on the OJ Simpson murder trial, Marcia Clark, will be doing a Q&A and signing copies of her debut thriller, the bestselling Guilt by Association available now on Amazon.
I remember that day, watching on TV the infamous car chase between the LAPD and OJ’s Bronco on the 405. I remember being glued to the news during the subsequent 8-month trial. The prosecutor was Marcia Clark. Since then, she’s gone on to co-author a bestselling book “Without a Doubt,” detailing the case. She also serves as a correspondent on high profile trials for Entertainment Tonight. Prior to the Simpson case, Clark’s other high profile case as a prosecutor was on the Robert John Bardo murder trial.
Published by Mulholland Books, “Guilt By Association” was released on April 20, 2011.
Book Signing Event
June 14, 2011
Woodland Hills, CA
From the Publisher
“Brilliant and tenacious, DA Rachel Knight lives and breathes her work and disdains office politics—a combustible combination that often gets her into trouble. She is a stalwart member of the elite Special Trials Unit, a small group of handpicked prosecutors that handles the toughest, most sensitive, and most celebrated cases in the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office. At the end of a typical ten-hour day, Rachel has her sights set on an ice-cold martini at the Biltmore Hotel, where she lives. But on her way she’s sidetracked by the wail of sirens and the commotion of a crime scene. Cops swarm around a seedy motel, where Rachel is surprised to discover that Jake, a dear friend and fellow prosecutor, has been murdered.
The suspicious and potentially explosive circumstances of Jake’s death are never far from Rachel’s thoughts as she takes on her fallen colleague’s most politically charged case: the mysterious assault on a young woman from an influential L.A. family. Rachel enlists the help of her best friends and partners in crimefighting—Toni, a fellow Special Trials prosecutor, and Bailey, a tough-as-nails LAPD detective—to covertly undertake her own investigation into Jake’s murder. Rachel’s drive to clear Jake’s name exposes a world of power and violence that will have her risking her reputation—and her life—to find the truth.”
Marcia Clark on “Guilt By Association”