By Lowell Cauffiel. I haven't read this one, and based on the jacket's descriptions of the crimes therein, I'm...probably all set, as Eddie Lee Sexton was a monster. Cauffiel's writing is evidently effective, though, as this one's blurbed by Ann Rule on the front cover, and Elmore Leonard on the flyleaf. (And no, you're not the only one vaguely irritated that the cover font makes it look like the title is using an apostrophe in a plural. Heh.)
This first-printing hardcover is in very nice shape: faint edgewear to the top of the jacket, faint rubbing to the back, and some toning to the inside flaps; a little bit of staining on the bottom page edges. Otherwise square, tight, clean pages (a little rumple in the back half where someone must have bookmarked it with a pencil for a day or two). Great reading copy!