Taki

The Book I Almost Wrote

Onassis & Christina

By

Victor Gollancz 269pp £10.95 order from our bookshop

Sometime in the autumn of 1979, a literary agent who also happens to be a gentleman, rang me at my New York house and asked me to lunch. Julian Bach is not a Swifty Lazar, Morton Janklow type of agent. Bach actually reads books and is a cultured man, far removed from the hucksters that dominate the literary scene in the Big Apple.

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