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Killing the Second Dog by Marek Hlasko
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Killing the Second Dog (original 1965; edition 2014)

by Marek Hlasko, Tomasz Mirkowicz (Translator)

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Title:Killing the Second Dog
Authors:Marek Hlasko
Other authors:Tomasz Mirkowicz (Translator)
Info:New Vessel Press (2014), Paperback, 138 pages
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Tags:swindlers, swindling, fiction, criminals, Israel, Tel Aviv, Polish people, translations

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Killing the Second Dog by Marek Hłasko (1965)

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Robert and Jacob are down-and-out Polish con men living in Israel in the 1960s. They're planning to run a scam on an American widow visiting the country. Jacob pretends to fall in love with the woman.

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