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Mark Fuhrman

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Mark Fuhrman received more than 55 official commendations during his 20 years with the Los Angeles Police Department. Prior to his police career, he was a sergeant with the United States Marine Corps, having first enlisted at the age of 18. An avid outdoorsman and artist, Fuhrman resides on a small ranch in Northern Idaho with his family.

After four trips to the press, his first book "Murder in Brentwood" sold more than 350,000 copies and was a #1 New York times bestseller for three weeks. In his second book, "Murder in Greenwich", also a New York Times bestseller, Fuhrman turned his investigator's eye to the 25 year old unsolved murder of Martha Moxley and as a result of the renewed publicity generated by the book, a grand jury was convened to reopen the case, which resulted in the indictment of Michael Skakel, nephew of Ethel Kennedy.

Mark's third book for HarperCollins "Murder in Spokane", the case of serial killer Robert Yates, was released in May 2001. CBS's "48 Hours" will debut an episode featuring Mark and his Spokane account. Hollywood has found its way to the successful author with the option of both "Greenwich" and "Spokane" as Movies Of The Week. His drive time radio show "It's ALL About Crime With Mark Fuhrman: can be heard on Spokane's KXLY four days a week.

Fuhrman is a much sought after television and radio guest, having appeared on countless news shows. His criminal expertise was put to good use as a consultant for both ABC & CBS News. He is currently a special consultant to Court TV on the Skakel murder case.

For his next writing assignment, Mark will focus on the death penalty. He begins work oh his fourth book in late fall 2001.

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