How to Tell a Man by His Shoes

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Feb 5, 2013 - Humor - 54 pages
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Never before have men's shoes achieved such importance - yet women have been overlooking this most important personality determinant, says author Kathryn Eisman. Offering this book as a guide to understanding men from the ground up, Eisman reveals the secrets of male footwear. The Timberland Boat Shoe Man, for example, values quality above all else and is the first to embark on an adventure. The Brogues Man is used to getting what he wants and likes his women ultra-feminine with the softness and gentleness he sometimes lacks. The Italian Loafer Man has an appreciation for sensual pleasures and appreciates women who can move effortlessly between passion and aloofness. Eisman summarizes each type with a humorous pro and con that helps readers make quick decisions about potential relationships. It's a hilarious book that's sure to be the perfect gift for women, whether they are single or married.

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Kathryn Eisman, also the author of How to Tell a Man by His Shoes, is an expert on style and culture, and her witty observations on modern life have been featured worldwide. She has worked as a reporter for NBC in New York and Foxtel in Australia, and as a columnist for Cleo, Men's Health, and Pinnacle magazines. Eisman divides her time between Sydney and New York, where she spends far too much money on handbags.Online:

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