The O.J. Simpson book is headed for the shelves of Barnes & Noble after all.
The chain has told The Associated Press it will indeed carry the book, after saying earlier this month it would not stock copies of "If I Did It" because of a lack of public demand.
A Barnes & Noble spokeswoman says the company decided to sell it in stores because of the number of customer requests online.
For days, Simpson's book has been in the top 100 on Barnes & Noble.com and at one point even topped the best-seller list. What's described as a hypothetical story of how he would have murdered Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman has also entered the top 100 on Amazon.com.