Large-size puzzles = big-time fun These 112 crisscross puzzles will train your brain . . . not strain your eyesight
Crisscrosses--crosswords with no clues, just an unnumbered grid and a word list--are one of the most popular puzzle types out there. And they're tricky enough even when they don't challenge your eyesight. Now, Puzzlewright has created its first large-print collection of these entertaining conundrums. With 112 all-new, easy-to-see puzzles, it will satisfy the solving appetite of any crisscross fan.
About the Author
Francis Heaney is a former editor-at-large for Games magazine whose crosswords have appeared in The New York Times, The Onion, The New York Sun, Games, and Wired, among other publications. Puzzle books he has written for Puzzlewright include Large Print Acrostics, The Sudoku Code, Brain Games for Word Nerds, Sudoku in Space, and Boss Lady Word Search Puzzles. He is also the author of the humor collection Holy Tango of Literature. Someone once failed to win $1,000,000 on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire because they didn't know the answer to one of his trivia questions.