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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 3 - DOWN AND ALMOST OUT

have aged twenty years. My features were drawn and distorted. My eyes shone feverishly, and there were black circles under them. My nose had become very long. I looked a sight. With my ten-day-old beard I looked like a murderer. But I could understand why even the Rat hated to look at me. There was only one chance and that was to die.
After the Rat had accompanied me to his room, he spoke again, "Look, Kovago, your life's in our hands."
" But not for long," I interrupted him, trying to force a smile on my face.
" What do you mean?" he inquired.
" Soon I'll die and go somewhere where, according to the priests, there is no AVO."
" Look, Kovago, don't get fresh or I'll put you against the wall again and make you squat or have you beaten. Stop this nonsense once and for all. You have a sense of humor, but enough is enough. You have to sign the confession."
" But you know that the confession is not true."
" Keep your mouth shut! It's all true, that's how it happened. Sign it!"
" I won't sign it!"
" Won't you? Look Kovago, we have dozens of ways to liquidate you. We can let you rot to pieces here, or we can take you out near the border and shoot you there. Or else we can release you from here, and then immediately and accidentally a car will run over you. One thing is sure-you won't get out of here alive. Will you please understand that, once and for all. On the other hand, if you sign this confession I guarantee that you'll stay alive."
" But, sir, my horoscope says that I'll be drowned. That is something that cannot be changed. I'm a fatalist."
" You fool! Take him away!" he shouted in anger. They led me down to the cell.
An hour later, it must have been about 3:00 A.M., they

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