Books by Mark Fuhrman

Mark Fuhrman is a retired Los Angeles Police Department detective with a 20-year decorated career. He is best remembered for his pivotal role in what the media billed as "The Trial of the Century," the criminal trial of O. J. Simpson. Fuhrman speaks abo


A SIMPLE ACT OF MURDER by Mark Fuhrman
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Released: April 11, 2006

"So Oswald did it alone after all. Hmmm. Watch for talk-show debates over this one—maybe involving Oliver Stone, whose 1991 film JFK provides the antithesis of Fuhrman's book."
If only Dealey Plaza could talk: a fresh, counterintuitive take on the JFK assassination. Read full book review >
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Released: Sept. 2, 2003

"Fuhrman's prose may plod, but it nonetheless convinces that a criminal justice system can be criminal and lack justice."
The notorious detective from the OJ trial examines some capital cases in Oklahoma and concludes that the death penalty should be abolished. Read full book review >
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Released: June 1, 2001

"Mostly forsaking sensationalism for plodding detail, Fuhrman disappoints: this is only for people interested in the tedious nitty-gritty of apprehending a killer."
The grisly account of a Spokane, Washington, serial killer's spree, and a critique of the local police department's investigation of the crimes. Read full book review >