A prolific Polish author Antoni Marczynski (1899-1968) was known for his short stories, columns, movie scripts and novels, often connected with the Polish living in New York. He travelled between Europe, Africa and America, until he immigrated to New York in 1938, where he died 30 years later.
In 1951, Marczynski’s works were banned by the Polish Communist censorship.
This novel, is a sequel to his popular book Niewolnice z Long Island (Long Island Slaves), on women, who turn into prostitutes, gangsters and shady business of Long Island.
Worldcat lists two institutional examples (National Library of Poland, Columbia University).
References: OCLC 864131910.