By M. William Phelps. One of the genre's most prolific authors on the strange relationship between "career criminal" Gary C. Evans and New York statie James Horton. I'm pleased to note that Phelps's on-the-verge-of-giggling blue-steel author photos remain stable across properties.
This PB was well loved at its previous stop: a multiply cracked spine, which leans; some page toning; mild shelfwear. But it's perfectly readable, and because this one's a bit rarer than most from this writer, this is a good price.