"If I Did It," O.J. Simpson's hypothetical account of his ex-wife's slaying, has hit No. 2 on the New York Times best-sellers list for non-fiction, topping former U.S. President Bill Clinton's book "Giving."
The best-seller ranking for the week ending September 22, the Simpson book's first full week in stores, is due to run in the the Times on October 7 but was released on Thursday, more than a week early, by publisher Beaufort Books.
Friday's Times best-sellers list, covering the week ending September 15, puts "If I Did It" at No. 3, based on just the first two days of its sales.
Start your workday the right way with the news that matters most. Learn more