During the trial of O. J. Simpson, the press focused on him. Now the victim, Nicole Brown Simpson, speaks through this private diary of her occasional roommate and constant best friend, Faye D. Resnick. Referred to by the media as the "mystery woman" who disappeared before the trial, Faye spoke to Nicole only one hour before her death. After months of avoiding lawyers and the press, Faye comes forward with the tragic story of a woman who yearned for a simple, loving family life and was trapped instead in a violent cycle of fear and abuse.
More of a book about sexual escapes
This book details more about her and Nicole’s sex life than anything else. Disappointing
Not worth the money.
Very short and not worth the money. Faye doesn’t seem like a great friend of Nicole’s when she writes a book telling all about Nicole’s sex life right after Nicole’s tragic passing. Seems like Faye jumped on the chance to get famous and make money.
This book reads like an article from the National Inquirer, accusations so salacious you can’t help but think half of them were fabricated for the sole purpose of shock value and book sales. The author does nothing to paint herself as a redeeming or likable person, and the worst kind of friend.