USA TODAY Crossword: 200 Puzzles from The Nation's No. 1 Newspaper

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, May 1, 2007 - Games - 448 pages
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You can be sitting in the train working a puzzle but it can take you far away from the everyday. Before you know it you're at your stop or about to pass it. It's not like you were even in the train. It's something different, something removed from the ordinary." --Maki Kaji, The Japanese Times

The Nation's No. 1 Newspaper offers puzzle-smiths the ultimate book featuring a new collection of challenging conundrums.

Boasting an average of 60 word clues, each game is centered on themes such as Letters to Rome, Tax Credits, Opposites Attract, and more.


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Solid little puzzle book

User Review  - linjar -

This is a light to medium puzzle book. Not so easy you get bored but not so hard you get frustrated. I like it more as a vocabulary stimulant than anything else. Different puzzle authors so there ... Read full review

Great crossword puzzle book

User Review  - bandb1 -

Gave this to a friend as part of his Christmas present and he is really enjoying the puzzles. Read full review


Gollywobbler e g 65 The world to Atlas
Treat like dirt
Park in Chicago or London
What one little piggy
Theyre often out on a limb down 1 Sitcom butler 2 Heavy construction piece 3 Fails as a comedian 4 Travel choice 5 Show up at 6 Garlic unit 7 Lite...
Achieves top performance 11 Find crude stuff? 12 Aware
Thats a wrap 28 Contents of some chests 30 Abels nephew 31 Billy Crystal was his first guest 32 It may be picked out 33 Sticking point 34 The Beatl...

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USA TODAY® has been in circulation since September 15, 1982, and has a daily readership of nearly 6 million in print and online.


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