By Tracy Kennedy and Judith Kennedy, with Alan Abrahamson. Kennedy was dismissed from the jury in March 1995, something to do with having "juror information" on his laptop. Barely six months later, and before the rest of the jury rendered its infamous verdict, Kennedy and wife Judy brought out this memoir of his time in sequester. It's really more a memoir of depression and mental-health struggles (evidently his time on the jury led Kennedy to try to take his own life; years later, both Kennedys died in an apparent murder-suicide) than it is an indictment of the trial and its outcome.
As OJ-jury memoirs go, this is probably inessential from a history-of-the-trial standpoint, but may be of interest vis-a-vis the stunting effects of sequestration and the effects of a high-profile case on the individuals tasked with assessing it. (Not to mention proof that literally everyone associated with the case wrote at least one book.) The hardcover itself is in pretty good shape: some mild aging and markings to the jacket, a couple of creases as well, but the spine is straight; inside, the pages are clean and tight (there's a remainder mark on the bottom page edges).