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February 15, 2012

Book of Secrets

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Shhhhhhh…..

Did you know there’s a secret daily flight from the United
States to Cuba? Or, that in 1966, the U.S. government smashed a
bacteria-laden light bulb inside the New York subway system? Or
that there are quite a few abandoned underground New York subway
stations? Or, that there’s an entire (now-abandoned) underground
movie theater in France? Of course not, because they are secrets.
And this book is full of them. That’s why it’s called [insert eerie
music here] the Book of Secrets. OOOOoooooo.

The Book of Secrets reveals hundreds of clandestine,
covert, surreptitious, furtive, hush-hush, and taboo pop-cultural
and historical curiosities, from government cover-ups to marketing
tricks to Colonel Sander’s secret recipe. Practical secrets are
also revealed, such as how to obtain a flight upgrade, speak in
public, or win friends and influence people. The biggest secret,
though, is how the author managed to cram all these secrets into
such a tiny tome. Really, this book is small enough to eat, if you
had to – and with all the secrets contained inside, you just
might!

Dimensions: 3.375″ x 3.75″

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