Bred Any Good Rooks Lately?: A Collection of Puns, Shaggy Dogs, Spoonerisms, Feghoots & Malappropriate Stories
Doubleday, Jan 1, 1986 - American wit and humor - 117 pages
Popular authors, including Stephen King, Annie Dillard, John D. MacDonald and Isaac Asimov sidestep their usual writing characterisitcs to present this hilarious collection of deceptively simple short stories that end with a whiplash pun guaranteed to produce groans all around. Illustrated.
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