Books by Marcia Clark

She is perhaps the most famous prosecutor in the history of the Los Angeles legal system. Marcia Clark, a specialist in criminal law, renowned for her tenacity, preparation and affinity for scientific evidence, triumphed in 19 homicide investigations before landing the O.J. Simpson murder trial. After Simpson’s acquittal, Clark left her post, co-wrote a bestselling book, Without a Doubt (1997), and subsequently became a popular legal commentator on TV. Now she brings legal mastery and insider knowledge to her first novel, Guilt by Association. The book introduces Los Angeles District Attorney Rachel Knight, as cunning and witty a prosecutor as her creator. Photo credit: Hachette