By Dominick Dunne. Vanity Fair's master of trial coverage collected his columns -- from OJ to Edmund Safra to the Moxley case that got him sued -- into a compendium 20 years ago. An excellent window onto the true-crime landscape in the '80s and '90s.
This hardcover is a little the worse for wear: the jacket is worn at the top, as shown, and there's a nick to one of the bottom boards; the front board is a trifle warped. But the pages are clean; this first edition is a fine reading copy.