By Aphrodite Jones. Look, what we didn't know 25 years ago was a lot, but Jones still misgenders and dead-names Brandon Teena all over the place, while promoting the trans-panicky "sexual deception" ahead of Brandon's murder in the subtitle. That's ugly, and this book won't be for everyone as a result, but I suppose it's worthwhile as a window into how the case used to be spoken of, and what we still need to work on.
The physical book itself is in quite good fettle: very mild edgewear, a couple scuffs to the back cover, and foxing to the inside of the front cover. But the spine is pristine, and there's also a free bookmark I found inside. May the inventor of the Lambeau Leap watch over all of your endeavors.