By Elizabeth Kendall. Ted's girlfriend's memoir was, I believe, reissued in paperback around the time of the five-part Amazon series Falling for a Killer, which relied heavily on it (and is why, if you watched that, you've seen the photos on the back cover before). In its hardcover-first iteration, it's not easy to find -- or, usually, afford.
For a 40-year-old book, it's in good fettle: edgewear to the jacket, particularly at the spine; some rubbing to the jacket covers, and the beginning of a split at the front bottom of the jacket; Betty's signature and completion date on the flyleaf. But it's straight as a string with clean, fairly bright pages. Something of a unicorn in this edition and condition at this price. Case students and completists won't regret springing for it.