Imaginary book titles

I was paging through a bird book and found some sections which struck me as being rather like the titles of books.

Imagine a Ludlum novel called…

THE EMPIDONAX COMPLEX

Or a LeCarre book called…

The Accidental Flycatchers
Or an Alan Furst volume called…
Nighthawks
 
Or maybe something by Tom Clancy called…
 
Buteos Overhead
How about a Ann Coulter commentary entitled…
Loons in Flight
 
Maybe the vastly overrated Dan Brown could continue his inexplicable streak of high-selling stupid books with…
Pigeons and Doves

Or a Nicholas Sparks goo fest called…

Flight Patterns of Dabbling Ducks
I have a sense that this too should be a book title, but I can’t quite match it….
South Texas Specialties
 
Hmmmm… Maybe Vince Flynn.
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10 Responses to Imaginary book titles

  1. Mary Ann says:

    A Mike Huckabee book called “Christmas Counts” but NOT referring to the usual Audubon Society bird Christmas Count period that is from December 14 – January 5.

  2. Mary Ann says:

    There’s much that could be paired amusingly from birding books and sites (including regional and state ones). Even just from Wikipedia, I’d love to see some author (or government committee??) pairings for:

    Feathers, plumage, and scales

    Resting and roosting

    Territories, nesting and incubation

    Brood parasites

    How about: Viscera of a pigeon

    New World vultures and tubenoses

    use plumage to assess and assert social dominance

  3. Supertradmom says:

    Jane Austen list:

    Pride and Pigeon Feathers

    Marsh Harrier Park

    Nuthatch Abbey

    Sense and Swainson’s Thrush

    Dickens:

    Little Dotterel

    Bleak Housewren

    Dabchick and Son

    Tale of Two Cettias

    Great Spectacled Eiders

    Our Mutual Frigatebird

    Misc.

    Anne of Greenland Geese

    The Lord of the Ring-necks

    The Hobby

  4. Agnes of Prague says:

    “South Texas Specialties” –a cookbook!

  5. gloriainexcelsis says:

    Vince Flynn? Pursuit of Canada Geese

    There is actually a book called “My Recipes Are for the Birds” with tasty concoctions for all manner of birds.

  6. Arturus says:

    something by Tom Clancy called… Bullets and Birds!

  7. “South Texas Specialties” by Stephen King.

  8. TonyLayne says:

    @Sean: Nah … South Texas Specialties would be either by Larry McMurtry or kinky Friedman.

  9. irishgirl says:

    I like your list, Supertradmom!

    Very creative!