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Publisher Regan took a lot of heat for the book, and for a TV special planned to coincide with it during which she interviewed O. issued a statement saying, “After carefully considering the matter, we accept Ms. book nor her firing came up on "Millionaire Matchmaker," although the group of three men selected for Regan did ask why she'd quit publishing. If Regan is looking for a not-gay version of the famously gay comedian, then it's a switch from her previous dalliances.Regan’s position that she did not say anything that was anti-Semitic in nature, and further believe that Ms. As was mentioned in a now-settled 0-million lawsuit she filed in 2007 against Murdoch's News Corp., Regan had an affair with New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik, an ally of Rudolph Giuliani who rose to national prominence after 9/11.
Her feelings are on the surface and Judith cannot hide her emotions.
Controversy is nothing new for Regan, one of the most well-known publishers in the U.
S."She's just a total publisher, very aggressive about signing authors and then promoting them.
She is, but she's slimy," says Otto Penzler, who publishes his own crime books imprint for Harcourt. The latest Simpson go-around not only brings back memories of a shocking celebrity trial, but adds yet another installment to the ongoing serial of the book world's most shocking publisher.
Regan was not immediately available for comment, but she did talk briefly on Wednesday to The Associated Press about the Simpson book, "If I Did It," saying, "This is an historic case, and I consider this his confession." The book has been climbing steadily, but not rapidly, on the best-seller list of Amazon.com, reaching No. Labeled a "foul-mouthed tyrant" and the "enfant terrible of American publishing," Regan has long stood out in an industry that still values — or attempts to value — propriety over profit.