She’s back! This time as a novelist. Fifteen years after facing the “If the glove don’t fit, you must acquit defense,” she’s using her experience in courtrooms and crime as a mystery writer. Her first novel, Guilt by Association, comes out this week. Are you going to read it?
Clark’s lead character, Rachel Knight, is a prosecutor handling special high profile criminal trials. Here is the article/interview on the NPR website – Simpson Prosecutor Marcia Clark Takes On Fiction.
“Rachel Knight is better, smarter, cooler and tougher than I am,” Clark says. “But she’s also a lot like me: She has a big mouth; she often gets in trouble. She pissed people off — especially judges — and she’s not really good with authority, but she is really good at her job.”
The NPR article includes an excerpt. Sounds interesting. Might wait for the kindle edition, though.