From The Publisher: Jun. 17, 1991

"Nobody plays the cello like Lance Morrow," our former managing editor Henry Grunwald once remarked, and he wasn't talking about music. He was, instead, referring to the sonority and depth of tone in Morrow's prose. This week Morrow shows his virtuosic stamina by writing a second cover story in a row. His examination of the ethical dilemma over human transplants follows his exploration of evil last week. After finishing that piece late at night, Lance came perilously close to the subject matter of his story. He was bicycling home through Manhattan's Central Park. "I've taken the route so many times in...

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