by Joseph Wambaugh. The author of The Onion Field tackles the "extraordinary true story" of John Orr, a firefighter "who may have been, according to U.S. government profilers, 'the most prolific American arsonist of the twentieth century.'"
This former library copy is a little "casual" for a collector, with various library bindings and markings either still present or clumsily covered. The book has "poor posture" as well (I suspect it was stored in a horizontal stack and got wampered that way), and there's some mild bleed from the red flypaper onto other pages, along with the foxing/scuffs you'd expect to the page edges. But some people (okay, I mean myself) find a library copy comforting, and all the pages are clean and snug.