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Jerzy Kosiński

In this edit to Jerzy Kosiński a few years ago, you indicated skepticism about a letter to the New York Times Book Review (supporting Kosinski's claim that he was planning to stay at Sharon Tate's house the night she was murdered). I have found the letter at this link. I don't know if this affects how you would want to characterize the letter, but I am letting you know in case you are interested. --Metropolitan90 (talk) 17:22, 7 July 2019 (UTC)

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