Return of the One-Minute Mysteries and Brain Teasers: More Good Clean Puzzles for All Ages!

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Harvest House Publishers, Apr 1, 2009 - 176 pages
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Because so many folks enjoyed the first book of mysteries and brain teasers, award-winning author Sandy Silverthorne and John Warner created more (and better!) mysteries for super-sleuths of all ages. It's another book for the whole family. Each mystery is complete with helpful clues, comic-strip-style illustrations, and solutions. If readers are baffled after reading the first clue, they can read another, one by one until that "a-ha" moment finally arrives. Sure to make folks scratch their heads and think outside the box, this is the perfect book to pass the time or pep up a party--good clean fun for anytime, anywhere, and anyone!

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Sandy Silverthorne has illustrated more than 20 books, was a Gold Medallion finalist, and won the C.S. Lewis Children's Book Silver Award. He lives with his wife and daughter in Eugene, OR.

John Warner is the editor of McSweeney's Internet Tendency aJohn Warner is the editor of McSweeney's Internet Tendency and teaches at Clemson University. He writes fiction, humor, nd teaches at Clemson University. He writes fiction, humor, and nonfiction, and is co-author of My First Presidentiary: and nonfiction, and is co-author of My First Presidentiary: A Scrapbook of George W. Bush, a Washington Post #1 bestsellA Scrapbook of George W. Bush, a Washington Post #1 bestseller. He is co-editor of Created in Darkness by Troubled Amerier. He is co-editor of Created in Darkness by Troubled Americans: The Best of McSweeneyas, Humor Category (Knopf), and hcans: The Best of McSweeneyas, Humor Category (Knopf), and his work has been anthologized in May Contain Nuts: A Very Lois work has been anthologized in May Contain Nuts: A Very Loose Cannon of American Humor (Harper Perennial) and Stumblinose Cannon of American Humor (Harper Perennial) and Stumbling and Raging: More Politically Inspired Fiction (MacAdam/Cagg and Raging: More Politically Inspired Fiction (MacAdam/Cage). e).

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