By Ted Schwarz. The prom-king photo and the oddly report-card-esque blurbs combine for a somewhat bizarre overall effect on this paperback about Ken Bianchi's crimes and trial.
The book itself shows wear: rubbing to the spine, which is also cracked; creases on the front and back surfaces, and a nick along the top of the front cover. Some page toning, although the page tint is purposeful (i.e., not aging). But it's a straight, firm paperback and a fine reading copy.