O.J. Simpson murder trial dissected in Xlibris title by Rosenthal

The Juice: Killer on the Loose provides an in-depth analysis of the controversial events surrounding the O.J. Simpson murder trial, and the former football star’s acquittal.
By: Xlibris Corporation
Sept. 23, 2007 - PRLog -- If the media frenzy over the recent arrest of O.J. Simpson still has not sated appetites for all things notorious and controversial, then the Xlibris release, The Juice: Killer on the Loose, surely will.

Of the numerous O.J. Simpson-themed books released since his acquittal in criminal court in 1995, this self-published title by Saul Rosenthal offers the most comprehensive coverage of the infamous murder case.

The Juice: Killer on the Loose provides an in-depth look at the most media-intensive criminal case in American history. Rosenthal explores the impact of the O.J. Simpson murder case on race relations, awareness of activism against domestic violence, investigative procedure, and law enforcement, among others.

Rosenthal sets this book apart from the rest, by providing a thorough chronology of the criminal and civil trials – covering the span of three years – and commentaries on important events prior to and after the murders and the trials.

Although initially published in 2003, The Juice: Killer on the Loose retains its relevance today, as it presents an exhaustive study on the O.J. Simpson murder case and on Simpson himself. Students, scholars, professionals and anyone interested in learning about the implications of infamous crime can use this book as a resource.

The Juice: Killer on the Loose is available at Amazon and at the Xlibris.com bookstore.

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About Xlibris
Xlibris was founded in 1997 and, as the leading publishing services provider for authors, has helped to publish more than 20,000 titles. Xlibris is based in Philadelphia, PA and is a strategic partner of Random House Ventures, LLC, a subsidiary of Random House, Inc. Xlibris provides authors with direct and personal access to quality publication in hardcover, trade paperback, custom leather-bound, and full-color formats.

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