It's been almost three-and-a-half years since Anna Nicole Smith passed away -- but the players involved aren't done talking about it yet. Larry Seidlin, the former Florida judge who famously presided over the 2007 televised hearing deciding the fate of Smith's body, has written a book about the case. And in the book, which hits bookstores tomorrow, Seidlin says he believes someone is guilty of manslaughter, the Associated Press is reporting.

The book, 'The Killing of Anna Nicole Smith,' offers no evidence of foul play. But Seidlin is quite critical of the police investigations into the star's death. He also has nothing good to say about Smith's lawyer, Howard K. Stern, who he believes played a key part in her overdose.

"I think enablers should be punished," Seidlin writes. He then refers specifically to Stern. "How about keeping her off drugs while she was alive? He was with her every day; how about saying no ... We won't have all this celebrity blood on our hands." He goes on to say that Stern "exercised a great amount of control over Anna Nicole by maintaining and reviewing her drug desires and addiction."