By Edward F. Droge, Jr. The author "made headlines with his testimony about police corruption before the Knapp Commission in New York." Then he wrote this "shattering" crimoir.
About what you'd expect age-wise from a 1973 paperback: page toning, and some foxing; cracked spine with a bit of a tilt; some creases and edgewear to the covers and a small rip on the front. Relatively rare, though, and this one's sturdy enough.