Matching Wits with the Million-dollar Mind: The Worldś Hardest Trivia Quizzes from Americaś First Quiz Show Millionaire

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Berkley Books, 2002 - Games - 308 pages
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"Who Wants to Be A Millionaire" turned John Carpenter into a celebrity when he became the first game show contestant in history to win $1,000,000. Now, he and Rod L. Evans put the hit show's fans to the test with the ultimate trivia-challenge.
-- All-new questions exclusive to this book -- 1,500 questions in all
-- 25 challenges created by Carpenter
-- 25 challenges created by Professor Evans
-- Multiple-choice questions at increasing levels of difficulty
-- Covers history, geography, science, sports, fashion, and more
-- Plus 50 bonus tests -- the world's toughest trivia questions ever

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About the author (2002)

John Carpenter is a Rutgers graduate who majored in economics. As a contestant on television's Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, he become the first person in history to win one million dollars on a game show. Know by friends for his wide range of knowledge, Carpenter finishes the New York Times crossword puzzle every day at lunch.

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