You should stick to reviewing the CONTENT of the book. Nobody cares about the physical condition of the book and shipping etc. That's not what a review is for.
I have read the definitive book on the subject, "Voices of Guns", as well as the book currently being reviewed, as well as one or two others on the subject. I'm in partial agreement with your husband. I think Hearst was innocent in the beginning; I don't think she was in on it from the very start. However, I think later into her time with the SLA, she was won over by the cause and was fully consciously consenting. The SLA accepted her once they got to know her. She was perfectly free to leave by the time of the Hibernia bank robbery and afterward, but she chose to stay.
I don't mind so much that she was released from prison early, since by that time she had come to her senses and was no longer a danger to society. I just wish she'd come clean and admit that she was going along with the SLA at the time.