By James Neff. One of those cases that seems to have utterly preoccupied a generation, then fallen below the horizon about 20 years ago. This book claims to lead readers "to the true killer." Ann Rule was mightily impressed by Neff's other work, per the jacket copy.
Said jacket is in very nice shape: very mild rubbing/aging to the top front, and some edgewear to the spine, top and bottom. The book is pristine except for Betty J.'s inscriptions on the flyleaf. A solid reading copy for case completists.