Series: Nikoli's Original Sudokus

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The Original Sudoku by Nikoli Publishing1
The Original Sudoku Book 2 by CC Editors of Nikoli Publishing2
More Original Sudoku (Bk. 3) by CC Editors of Nikoli Publishing3

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  4. Su Doku for Dummies: Volume 1 by Andrew Heron (2005)
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  9. The Times Su Doku by Wayne Gould (2005)
  10. The Ultimate Sudoku Challenge by Nikoli (2005)
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