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Blind Date
Blind Date
Author: Jerzy Kosinski
Adventures of George Levanter, idea man,investor & traveler,As business man he takes risks,sets traps,turns profits,lives off his wits.As gamesman,invents laughter for children,and death for those overlooked by justice.As a lover,he engages the beautiful, the deformed,the innocent,the depraved. — The novel moves with the powerful thrust of a thri...  more »
ISBN: 338096
Publication Date: 1977
Pages: 214
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Publisher: Houghton Mifflin
Book Type: Hardcover
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Ludicrous vignettes often with grotesque O. Henryish twists. Our hero lives life as a series of never-ending "blind dates", or chance encounters. Now a lad stooping his mother every night. Now a perpetrator of practical jokes. Now an impersonator. Now a flim-flam artiste. A pesudo-agent of MI-6. Has the author become the extreme of Bradbury, or what? Of course, when the author reverts to his usual vulgar encounters, "bland date" will take on a new meaning. Humorous at times, crass at others, read this at your own risk.