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New book by Thomas C. McCollum III

By Stephanie L. Cook

Thomas C. McCollum III has lived in Mexico off and on for the past twenty years. He was a friend of O.J. Simpson for more than twenty-six years until the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. McCollum recently appeared in all five episodes of the Oscar winning “O.J. Made in America,” ESPN 30 for 30, directed by Ezra Edelman. He has also appeared throughout Sheila Weller’s number one best-selling book, Raging Heart, and has been interviewed numerous times on The Today Show and Larry King Live regarding his past years of friendship with O.J. and his belief in Simpson’s guilt in the murders.

With O.J.’s recent parole and anticipated release in October 2017, McCollum is now a much sought after guest on numerous TV and radio shows. He has vowed, once again, to bring attention to the fact that he believes O.J. is 100 percent guilty of murdering Nicole and Ron and that he got away with it. Like most TV viewers, the last thought of O.J. years ago conjures up images of a white Ford Bronco leading the police down the 405 freeway in California. Now, with his latest plea to the parole board of his innocence in the Nevada crimes and his renewed denial of guilt in the murders of his wife and Mr. Goldman, McCollum is out to change these images and impressions in any upcoming interviews.

McCollum’s newly released novel, Uncle Norm, is a WWII story of two men, one white and one black, who are shot down over German controlled central Africa. They are trapped in the impenetrable jungles of the former Belgian Congo during the entire conflict of the war and are not found until 1949. The two men bonded after all of their years together and figured out a way to smuggle out millions of dollars of diamonds, becoming some of the richest men on earth. They used the funds to return to the States and become enamored with Martin Luther King, Jr., spending the balance of their lives and funds on the Civil Rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s.

Uncle Norm can be purchased via Amazon/Kindle or Amazon Books, The Book Patch, or locally at Tesoros at La Biblioteca, Libros Moebius, and Garrison Books.

 

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