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The New York Times Super Sunday Crossword…

The New York Times Super Sunday Crossword Puzzles: Featuring an EXTRA Set…

by The New York Times

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0312331150, Paperback)

The New York Times Sunday crossword---now accessible for all solvers!

The New York Times Sunday crossword is the world's most famous and popular puzzle--and for good reason: The giant-size grids, inventive themes, and creative, challenging clues have made it an enduring feature since its inception in 1942. Now, there's a new way to try the Times Sunday crossword! In The New York Times Super Sunday Crossword Puzzles, fifty of the best Will Shortz-edited creations have been printed with both the original, hard clues that appeared in the paper and brand-new, easier clues edited by Shortz for solvers who want to try a lesser challenge.

So whether you feel like trying the original puzzles or giving the new, easier versions a go, why not brew a cup of coffee, sharpen a pencil, and prepare to try the most famous puzzles in the world.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:04:41 -0400)

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