Obviously, I was just realizing what a great title that would make.
And a great quote from an astonishing book of non-fiction:
Not until the party was over was the mystery solved. Halim had put the head on a bench in one of the anterooms where the light was somewhat dim. Prince Tarkanof's guests, coming in from the balcony, had tossed their cloaks on the bench without noticing the head, which was soon covered with a pile of silks and velvets. When the last guest had retrieved his cloak and departed, there was the head, to Halim's great delight.
-- Dumas, Adventures in the Caucasus
* * Has anyone ever focused Galileo's telescopes on the planets and taken photographs of them as he saw them?
Because they really should.
What those two letters at the bottom of the page are or might be is totally beyond me.