By Marc Eliot. Brian "Kato" Kaelin, the most famous houseguest of the 1990s, and what he told to the author about his status as "confidant" to both Nicole Brown AND OJ Simpson. Like many Simpson-case-adjacent crimoirs of the time, this one's jacket both overexplains his role for those of us who lived through the trial, and is probably somewhat opaque to younger millennials. (The yearbooky photo on the back cover is pretty straightforward for readers of all ages, i.e., not tonally appropriate.)
And also (I suspect) like many Simpson-case-adjacent crimoirs of the time, this one was bought and not read; the condition suggests as much -- mild shelfwear to the jacket, and an unopened firmness to the bright, tight pages. An excellent reading or research copy for case completists, priced to move.