New York: The Disinformation Company, 2007. First Edition. INSCRIBED by Randy Jurgensen to film producer Philip D'Antoni on the front endpaper: "To my friend / What else can I say except I love you / your friend / Randy." With Jurgensen's business card laid in.
D'Antoni was a major figure in 1970s New Hollywood Cinema, as the producer of "Bullitt" (1968), "The French Connection" (1972), and "The Seven-Ups" (1973).
A nonfiction book that addresses the pursuit and capture of New York's most notorious cop killer, surrounding the killing of a white police officer at the Harlem Mosque in New York City in 1972. Author Jurgensen was a New York City police officer deeply involved in the case.
A fictionalized version of the story, "Murder at the Harlem Mosque," was published in 1977.
Near Fine in an about Fine dust jacket.