Nonfiction | June 01, 1983
Betrayed by Jerzy Kosinski
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It was Jerzy Kosinski on the phone — an instrument which he uses like a whip — and his shrill voice was snapping out instructions with an intensity which imparted to everything he said an aura of truth and authority.
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6.3 (Summer 1983)
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