Chickens Have Wings – But then P.G. Wodehouse knew that. There’s nothing like telling tales of the expected to kill all sense of suspense. Incidentally on the original Pigs Have Wings what I’d like to know is what type of wing, how far can they get off the ground and does anybody ever spot them flying (hence the origin of the saying “when pigs fly”?)!
Unlucky Jim – Though it could still be a comedy funnily enough.
Perfectly Normal Sisters – Though Granny Weatherwax and Nanny Ogg would deny there being anything remotely normal about them.
Witches Staycation – Okay Granny and Nanny wouldn’t have had to worry about feeling the horrendous cold in their nether (and other) regions on their flight to Genua, but they would’ve missed out on all the trouble, sorry adventure.
A Tale of Two Hamlets – crosses Dickens and Shakespeare! But taking Dickens as the main inspiration, there’s something about a hamlet that says “Quaint”. Even the sound of the word “cities” conveys a sense of importance. My version would kill that!
Death on the River Piddle – definitely not as grand as the Nile and sounds like a spoof.
Robinson Barley Water – lovely to drink but to read?! Where would you put Man Friday?
Men at Legs – again appears to lack something to entice you to read.