Eagles and Canaries: Short Stories

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iUniverse, Dec 1, 2002 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Eagles and Canaries is a collection of funny and insightful stories about men who yearn unsuccessfully for women. The problem is these men are under the illusion that all women fall into one of two categories, those who are out for a wild time at the man's expense and those who are looking for a husband first and a good time second. It is a world that if you already know quite a great deal about the chances are you need help yourself. It is written by a man who has finally learned that women are highly complex beings, far beyond the comprehension of mere human males. It is the book for the air flight across the country, the ocean voyage to New Zealand, or the weekend at Aunt Martha and Uncle Jason's.

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Hall is retired from teaching.

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