By Mark Fuhrman. This was made into a film starring Christopher Meloni as Fuhrman; both properties purport to solve the murder of Martha Moxley in the mid-'70s. A lot of choices were made here -- the foreword by Dominick Dunne, later sued by Robert Kennedy Jr. for, I believe, libelous statements surrounding this case and RFK Jr.'s cousins; the back cover, which might not be the tone-deafest marriage of author and pull-quote in publishing history but is definitely in the bottom five.
This is a quite handsome hardcover copy: very minimal wear to the jacket, with the exception of a small sticker ghost at the top left of the back. The pages are toned, but straight and clean, and there's even a free "bookmark" inside.