• Raging Heart

  • The Tragic Marriage of O.J. Simpson and Nicole Brown Simpson
  • By: Sheila Weller
  • Narrated by: Rodney Saulsberry
  • Length: 2 hrs and 49 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (83 ratings)

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Raging Heart

By: Sheila Weller
Narrated by: Rodney Saulsberry
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Publisher's Summary

Here, for the first time, is the intimate untold story of O. J. and Nicole Brown Simpson's tragic, tumultuous marriage. Author Sheila Weller was granted unprecedented cooperation by Nicole's family and exclusive access to friends who reveal private information. Raging Heart is filled with gripping revelations and shocking scenes from the lives of the dangerously romantic couple - Nicole, the beautiful, devoted wife and mother, and O.J., the charismatic football legend whose dark side was ignored by his worshipping buddies.

This is a tumultuous story of love, obsession, provocation, violence, the hope of an ideal family, and the crushing tragedy that shocked the world.

©1995 by Sheila Weller (P)1995 by Dove Audio, Inc.

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Boring

This book wasn’t worth the time to listen or the cost to purchase.
I was totally disappointed by the content and the narration .

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Narration awesome

Listening was a joy. I usually find it hard to stay focused with audibles but the narrator Rodney Saulsberry has such a beautiful melodic tone good choice for such tragic events. I wouldn't have been able to listen to it otherwise.

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too short not worth the money or time.

Basic information I felt like i was in a classroom just for the credit get in get out and get on with you're life.

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Just a plain ugly character of evil sadistic perso


Very interesting what a tragedy that Nicole Brown lived Arne Dahl James Simpson it's a sadistic piece of s*** that's what it is

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Pretty good book

This book is a pretty good book the performance is a lot better than the contents however it still has some pretty good contents it's a short read good for an afternoon at the beach if youlike true crime

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The voice that add in for the female are very out of place ,

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  • Pommie Bears
  • 08-11-19

Short, but informative.

I liked hearing more from Nicole’s friends and their perception of the relationship. It gave me some titbits of information that I previously did not know, and that’s always welcome.

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