Blue Moons and Black Markets
by Albert Jack
From the internationally best selling author of Red Herrings and White Elephants, Pop Goes the Weasel and What Caesar Did for my Salad.
Why do people put their "skeletons in a closet," "have a hunch," "get the cold shoulder," "get dressed up to the nines," or "call a spade a spade?"
These phrases are used every day, yet most people have little or no idea where most of them come from.