Casual solvers will love this collection of 72 intriguing crosswords, because it offers them something unique and totally original: a new, brilliantly conceived mix of the challenging and the attainable. What makes the puzzles a little harder than usual? They have what's called a qwide openq style, which means the grids contain very few black squares and the answers tend to be long. As a rule, such puzzles delight only crossword mavens, because the clues can be extremely difficult--as in the Friday examples from the New York Times or Los Angeles Times. But these puzzles break the mold with reader-friendly clues that allow even non-experts to complete an interesting crossword while having fun along the way. There's nothing else like it.... e.g. 7 Proportions 8 Mesh together 9 More smudged 10 Small gull 1 1 Lei land 1 2 Chose by ballot 13 Musical repeat 14 Ranges 23 Learn by (memorize) 25 Reels 27 Shims 29 Set piece 31 Elementary particle 35 aquot;Sweet aquot; (Neil Diamond hit)anbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Sterling Publishing Company, Inc. - 2005-04-01|