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The New York Times Sunday Crossword Puzzles Volume 29: 50 Sunday Puzzles from the Pages of the New York Timesby New York Times
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The biggest and best puzzles from the #1 name in crosswords!
The Sunday New York Times crosswords are the most popular of the week. And in addition to forty-four of the regular, high-quality Sunday puzzles the Times is renowned for, this volume contains the six famous "Millennium" crosswords: the biggest puzzles the Times has ever published! They're each over 40% bigger than a regular Sunday and twice as big as a Daily puzzle and contain two complete sets of clues, Hard and Easy. They're like no other crossword you've ever seen, and editor Will Shortz is still deluged with requests to publish more. So prepare to dig in to the biggest, most puzzling crosswords that have ever appeared in The New York Times.
· 50 of the world-famous Sunday crosswords
· Six Bonus Millennium puzzles with two sets of clues-the largest crosswords ever to appear in the paper
Here are 50 Sunday brain-teasing puzzles from the pages of the "New York Times."
Added Bonus: Also includes 6 super-sized puzzles, with dual hard/easy clues The New York Times Sunday crossword has been a beloved fixture for sixty years, and Volume 29 of the series introduces a range of inspired new features to tempt solvers, including an introduction by crossword legend Will Shortz and six special giant-size puzzles originally published by the Times in 1999 to celebrate the end of the millennium, each of which features two sets of clues: hard and easy. It's a gigantic book in every way possible!
About the Author
Will Shortz is the crossword editor for The New York Times. The founder of the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament, he is also the puzzlemaster for National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Sunday.
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