By John L. McClellan. "America's #1 crime-buster discloses the anatomy of organized evil." And does it defended only by a pencil, if the cover is accurate. (McClellan chaired the Senate's Rackets Committee.)
Except for a bleached spine and a sticker, this 60-year-old paperback is in good shape: uncracked spine; page-edge tinting pretty bright; minor edgewear and rubbing to spine corners. The cover printing is not entirely centered IMO, but it's a clear window into 20th-century thinking on organized crime, and well-preserved. A nice reading copy.