Daily Mail: Giant Crosswords 2: 100 Two-speed Puzzles from the Saturday "Mail": v. 2 (The Daily Mail Puzzle Books) Paperback – 4 May 2009
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The Saturday edition of the Daily Mail has a circulation of over 3 million and a readership of over 6 million. While all other popular daily papers experience year-on-year and month-on-month falls, the Daily Mail continues to record a steady rise in circulation.
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From the pages of The Mail on Sunday, this brand new book features a collection of 100 general knowledge puzzles. With over 14,000 entrants per week, The Mail on Sunday Prize Crossword is the paper's most popular puzzle and a favourite of all puzzle fans.
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Top Customer Reviews
For anyone who enjoys crosswords with cryptic clues, or with the more traditional quick clues, this book is for you as it contains both types for each of its 100 crosswords, with the added benefit of a set of solutions printed at the back. So, when you really hit a 'brick wall' and cannot complete a puzzle help is readily at hand a allay your frustration.
These books represent excellent value for money. However, to reduce the cost further I grouped the purchase of this book and book 1 together to be eligible for free delivery.
As a regular Saturday mail Giant Crossworder - this saves me waiting 6 days
to enjoy another 'challenge'.
My Partner absolutely loves these crosswords cant speak to him when he has his nose in the book.
I was so pleased to find these books for him. Many Thanks
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very useful for long flights or lazing in the garden on warm summer daysPublished 13 months ago by grandad
Really like the Cryptic and Quick crosswords rolled into one.Published 13 months ago by Ann Maughan