The oddest book title of the year has been chosen by Bookseller magazine in England. This year's winner is People Who Don't Know They're Dead: How They Attach Themselves to Unsuspecting Bystanders and What to Do About It, a tome to help the haunted.
Previous winners include How To Bomb-proof Your Horse and Greek Rural Postmen and their Cancellation Numbers. Both worthy champions, I'm sure. This year's runner-up was Rhino Horn Stockpile Management: Minimum Standards and Best Practices from East and Southern Africa.
It sort of reminds me of a friend who checked out How To Hug from the library for some pointers and later found out he had Volume 8 of the Brittanica.