DISORDER IN THE COURT

A COTTAGE INDUSTRY IN O.J. SIMPSON BOOKS MAKES PUBLISHERS HAPPY BUT MAY JEOPARDIZE THE TRIAL

Though Michael Viner is making a mint off the O.J. Simpson trial, he likes to think he is taking the high road. As the owner, with his actress wife Deborah Raffin, of Dove Audio Inc., Viner has so far signed up four books about the case: Faye Resnick's Nicole Brown Simpson: The Private Diary of a Life Interrupted, which has sold about a million copies in book and audio form; I Know You Want to Tell Me, But I Really Don't Want to Know, a spoof of Simpson's own literary efforts; a work-in-progress by embattled Los Angeles police detective Mark Fuhrman;...

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