This is listed in the History of the QTP as
A Murder Trial, not by its title, so it might have been in preparation to be published on the 100th anniversary of the trial, perhaps. It describes a murder trial held in Huron, Beadle County, Dakota Territory in 1889. A footnote inside the front covers states:
James Carr, an Englishman, worked for one year in Huron, South Dakota, exactly fifty years after this trial and knew men who had witnessed it. He believes this account, dredged from the town's newspaper, to be an exceptionally fine specimen of the high-spirited Frontier reporting of that time.
The only copy I can find in a U.K. library is at Leeds University. There is a copy at the Université de Lille, France.
(Last updated on 23/11/2020)
Publisher: J.L. Carr, 27 Mill Dale Road, Kettering, U.K.
Size: 127 x 90 mm
Pages: 16 pp
Binding: printed matt card covers
Paper: off white
Editor: J.L. Carr
Cover artist: J.L. Carr, presumed
Internal illustrations: J.L. Carr, presumed
Number in series: 75
Printing history: none given
Number of other titles listed: none listed
Printed by: no printer stated
Notes: This is one of two small books numbered 75; the other is Lewis Carroll.
Rear and front covers
Inside front cover