By Ronald J. Watkins. It seems like a book about Watkins might actually be the better read; the book he's hinted at working on on the back flap of this one turned into a landmark case when Watkins refused to reveal his sources. Anyway: THIS book is about Suzanne Rossetti's murder, "by the case's sentencing jury foreman." The blurbs 1) praise Watkins's OTHER work, 2) in snippets that suggest the full reviews were somewhat less complimentary, given that only a word or two is used from each.
The hardcover comes from the Gadsden, AL library system, and the lurid cover evidently attracted its share of borrowers, because the book is clearly used: library binding and stamps/stickers, edgewear to the boards, various bends and flecks on the pages and a pronounced lean to the spine. But there aren't a huge number of copies circulating, so this one's budget-friendly.