From the New York Times (8/19/07), this great quote on OJ’s If I Did It:
“I think it’s got about as much commercial appeal as Osama bin Laden love sonnets,” said Jonathan Karp, the publisher and editor and chief of Twelve, a small imprint at Warner Books. “I think it’s a terrible idea for a book, and I don’t know why anybody would either want to publish it or read it.”
Read the full article, Is Publishing the Sweetest Revenge?
Sorry for bringing this up again, but I think this is so repugnant. While I would wish the Goldmans would receive the money the courts awarded them for the wrongful death of their son, I think getting it this way is sickening. Therefore, I will continue to beat the do-not-buy-this-book drum.