Wednesday, September 19, 2007

O.J. robbery boosts confessional book

PW reports that our friend Eric Kampmann of Beaufort Books is printing another 50,000 copies of the O.J. Simpson book, If I Did It. Earlier this summer, Kampmann acquired the manuscript rights from Ron Goldman, who was awarded them by the courts, and the two agreed to repackage it into a confessional tome that would condemn the killer.

O.J. evidently gave the book an unintentional PR boost by committing armed robbery and kidnapping to coincide with the book's launch. If I Did It is currently #3 on Amazon and #2 on B&N, and the murderer just had his bail set at $125,000 by a Nevada court.



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