The Bill Belichick Scandal: A $1.7 Million Fraud?
Will Oursler, who died in 1985, was a funny, low-key guy with a muffin face and a nasal, lispy voice. The author of 45 books, he was a frequent guest on late-night talk radio shows. I knew him in the 1960s when he and his wife, Adelaide, lived in a posh Sutton Place apartment on the East Side of Manhattan where they threw wonderful parties. Will had a lot of friends—the great, the good, the not-so-good and the positively seedy. One of his seediest acquaintances was Robert Harrison, the notorious muckraking editor of Confidential (“Tells the facts, names the names!”), precursor to the