by Bill Dunbar WARNING: This is a restricted variety pack of startling stories. The young and innocent who read these stories may be bothered by wild dreams and strange impulses that lead to disruptive behavior. Parental guidance is therefore strongly suggested for anyone under the age of seventy-five. Covered are such profound questions as: Does a man really need his head? How can two switch-hitting housewives shuck their philandering husbands? Can a ventriloquists dummy take over his master? Can a con-artist be flimflammed? Can a spider fall in love with a fly? And more. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Bill Dunbar graduated from the University of Washington in 1940 with a degree in aeronautical engineering after working springs and summers in Alaskan fisheries to pay his way through school. He spent most of his forty years in the aerospace industry as a design and research engineer, and during that time, he earned a master of engineering degree from UCLA in 1960. He is an accomplished sculptor and has won many awards for his wood sculptures at art shows in southern California. Since retirement, he has written six books, five of which are copiously illustrated with his pen-and-ink drawings. (2006, paperback, 94 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.