By Robert J. Dvorchak and Lisa Holewa. The back cover talks about the book going "beyond the grisly details," but then those details are retailed eagerly elsewhere in the cover copy. Not Dell's most tasteful hour, but then, it's the Dahmer case.
The book is fairly worn: edgewear to the paperback's covers, a cracked spine with a slight lean, page toning and some foxing, and a big sticker on the front. The spine at the center photo array is a bit weak as well. But it'll get the job done.