Book of Araucaria Crosswords, Volume 1

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Hodder & Stoughton, 2003 - Games & Activities - 186 pages
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Araucaria has been delighting and confounding cryptic crossword fans for almost 50 years. Now solvers can pit their wits against the master with 60 never-before-published jigsaw crosswords. Jigsaw crosswords are Araucaria’s own invention and are challenging cryptic crosswords where you first have to solve the clues and then fit the solutions into the grid (without the help of numbers).

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About the author (2003)

John Graham's first published crossword puzzle appeared in the Manchester Guardian in 1958. He has set for The Guardian ever since, taking the pseudonym Araucaria, meaning 'monkey puzzle tree'. He also compiles crosswords for the Financial Times as Cinephile, and founded the crossword magazine 1 Across in 1984. He was awarded the MBE in 2005.

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