By Lawrence Schiller (with James Willwerth). This first-edition doorstop is just what it says in the subtitle; Schiller, who collaborated with Norman Mailer on The Executioner's Song, was embedded with OJ Simpson's defense team during the Trial of the Century.
The jacket copy is rahhhther too admiring of Simpson's lizard-brain genius in directing his own legal strategy, but the jacket physically is in pretty good shape, normal edgewear from shelf storage and a small split to the top front inside. The ghost of a price tag is also visible at the top front on the right. Book itself is in good shape too: straight, no marks inside, one small red marker spot on the bottom edge as shown.