Marcia Clark
Marcia Clark is an American author of legal thriller novels. She writes the Rachel Knight series. Marcia graduated from UCLA with a Political Science degree and then earned her J.D. at the Southwestern University School of Law. She is best known for her work as a prosecutor, having worked on the O.J. Simpson case as the head prosecutor. In 1997, she co-wrote a book about the trial, which she titled Without a Doubt.

Marcia Clark became a published author in 1997 with the non-fiction book Without a Doubt, co-authored with Teresa Carpenter. Her next book would be her first novel and her first solo published work – Guilt by Association. This novel began her Rachel Knight series. Below is a list of Marcia Clark’s books in order of when they were originally published:

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Publication Order of Rachel Knight Books

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If I'm Dead (2012)Description / Buy at
Guilt by Degrees (2012)Description / Buy at
Killer Ambition (2013)Description / Buy at
Trouble in Paradise (2013)Description / Buy at
The Competition (2014)Description / Buy at

Publication Order of Samantha Brinkman Books

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books

Without a Doubt (1997)Description / Buy at

Publication Order of Anthologies

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Note: Without a Doubt was co-authored by Teresa Carpenter.

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Marcia Clark Synopsis: Without a Doubt by Marcia Clark & Teresa Carpenter is a non-fiction book and the first book written by Clark. Marcia Clark was the head prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson trial. She believes that the case is indicative of the crisis going on in the criminal justice system. Clark offers her own opinions on the trial and what needs to change in order to help the justice system in the United States work more effectively.

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3 Responses to “Order of Marcia Clark Books”

  1. Stephanie Hilton: 6 months ago

    If Darden had kept his big know-it-all mouth shut, the prosecution would still have lost (but maybe the verdict wouldn’t have been delivered on a silver platter) because Cochran played the race card shamelessly and Ito who never met a camera who didn’t love him (at least in his opinion,) the odds were just stacked way too far in favor of the defense. Shame, shame!! It wasn’t a fair trial at all. Keeping cameras out of the courtroom would have been a huge step in the right direction.
    Excellent job Marcia! Can’t imagine how you were able to function with all the personal garbage and disrespect you had to deal with on top of such massive butchery that could only have been committed by one person! Love your books but you were one hell of a prosecutor, too.


  2. Nancy Rankin: 9 months ago

    I have enjoyed the Samatha Brinkmanship series very much. I hope you will continue with that series. Thank you for writing wonderful books. Nancy


  3. Beth @ My Life Without Plastic: 6 years ago

    I’ve always been intrigued by Marcia Clark. I’ve begun to read her novels and now I’m a huge fan. She is quite funny, clever and writes very compelling stories.


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