This book is a pastiche of old articles and an ebook, sloppily edited and poorly printed. Editorial comments appear in the text, with the problems obviously not addressed. The unusual idea of reproducing actual case documents is ingenious, but the letters shown are of marginal legibility. The URLs given for them so you can actually read them are handy for the doggedly curious with internet access, but if you are offline, you are out of luck.
While Phelps is masterful in long form prose, he loses his mojo in these short pieces. This may be a book for the Phelps collector, but shows little for a neophyte to his work.