If you're ever wondering how authors choose their titles...maybe sometimes they shouldn't. (All titles found in Bizarre Books by Russell Ash & Brian Lake.)
  1. Misogyny Over the Week-end by Ronald McNair Scott
    But only the weekend, surely.
  2. Pamela Pounce: A Tale of Tempestuous Petticoats by Agnes and Egerton Castle
    That incorrigible Pamela Pounce.
  3. Fishes I Have Known by Arthur Henry Beavan
    Also the author of "Birds I Have Known." It seems Mr.Beavan was indiscriminate in his friendships.
  4. The Home Life and Economic Status of the Double-Crested Cormorant by Howard Lewis Mendall
    As this was published in 1936, I assume they were suffering from the Great Depression too.
  5. Ultracool Dwarfs edited by H.R.A Jones & I. A. Steele
    You'll have to look elsewhere for those "Uncool Dwarfs". Or your "Sorta Cool Dwarfs."
  6. The Toothbrush: Its Use and Abuse by Isador Hirschfield
    Not sure I'd like to know what abuse of a toothbrush looks like.
  7. Two Health Problems - Constipation and Our Civilization by James Charles Thomson
    Irrevocably intertwined.
  8. Natural Bust Enlargement with Total Mind Power: How to Use the Other 90 Per Cent of Your Mind to Increase the Size of Your Breasts by Donald L. Wilson
    If your mind has that kind of power I can think of better things to use it for.
  9. How to Pick Up Women in Discos by Don Diebel
    Use in conjunction with "How to Pick Up Girls on Public Beaches" by Raleigh Leo Stanley to cover all your bases.
  10. Jogging - The Dance of Death by Robert Gene Fineberg
    This is exactly how I feel about jogging!
  11. Build Your Own Hindenburg by Alan Rose
    Hydrogen gas not included.
  12. How to Cook Husbands by Elizabeth Strong Worthington
    Nothing if not an equalist, Ms. Worthington also wrote "The Gentle Art of Cooking Wives."
  13. The History and Romance of Elastic Webbing Since the Dawn of Time by Clifford A. Richmond
    The book I never knew I needed.
  14. Nuclear War: What's In It For You? by Ground Zero War Foundation
    Radiation poisoning, most likely.
  15. So Your Wife Came Home Speaking in Tongues! So Did Mine! by Robert Branch
    The ultimate #relatable moment.
  16. Thirty-six Reasons for Believing in Everlasting Punishment by David Ponting Hendy
    Only thirty-six, David? You couldn't come up with four more to make it an even forty?
  17. Not Worth Reading by Sir George Compton Archibald Arthur
    Well, I'm glad he told us that up front.
  18. Racing Axemen: A History of Competitive Woodchopping in Australia by J. Preston
    I was not aware there was such a thing as competitive woodchopping and now would really like to see a competition.
  19. Romance of the Gas Industry by Oscar E. Norman
    The great and tragic romance of our time.
  20. Eleven Years a Drunkard, or, The Life of Thomas Doner, Having Lost Both Arms Through Intemperence, He Wrote this Book with His Teeth as a Warning to Others by Thomas Doner
    Where do you even start.