By Pope Brock. From the author's website:
"This is the story of the murder of my great-grandfather, Ham Dillon, in 1908. A rising politician, he had a long, clandestine affair with his wife’s sister. When she gave birth, she tried to pass the baby off as her husband Link’s — unsuccessfully. Link shot Ham five times in the middle of Main Street. At the trial, both women wore widow’s weeds."
Some edgewear to the hardcover's dust jacket, and a fleck on the bottom page edges that might be a remainder mark; otherwise straight and neat, and signed by said author.