Marking a decade in the series is this, the tenth volume of Simon Shuker's Code-Cracker. More new puzzles from the series that is enjoyed daily in newspapers from Whangarei to Invercargill, including the Otago Daily Times, Dominion Post and New Zealand Herald.
Another 125 Code-Cracker puzzles in the seventh volume of the puzzle series that is enjoyed daily in newspapers from Whangarei to Invercargill, including the Otago Daily Times, Dominion Post and New Zealand Herald.
Contains 125 puzzles. Code-Cracker is compiled by Simon Shuker, a Wellington, New Zealand resident, and is a hugely popular addictive puzzle enjoyed in many daily newspapers throughout New Zealand. The puzzles provide a sometimes tough but enjoyable challenge with great solver satisfaction. The puzzle originated when Britain'... read more
Following the success of the first Code-Cracker book (it was so popular it reached the national Top Ten bestseller lists in 2004), I've had many requests for another volume - so here it is: Code-Cracker Volume Two with another 125 puzzles to keep you entertained over the warm summer months. Have fun!
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Until now, a comprehensive book on Chinese mahjong for English-speaking readers did not exist. Finally, The Book of Mahjong meets that long-sought need, as author Amy Lo, in consultation with many master players of different forms of mahjong, offers the most complete mahjong guide ever. It includes: * Over 160 full-color inst... read more
Here in one volume are Hugh Kelsey's four outstanding books on squeeze play - SIMPLE SQUEEZES, STRIP-SQUEEZES, DOUBLE SQUEEZES and TRIPLE SQUEEZES. Each title is complete in itself and by the time the fourth book has been mastered, a formidable amount of knowledge will have been acquired. All aspiring players wanting to advan... read more
In Pocket Posh Sudoku and Beyond 2 we present a new 100-puzzle assortment of traditional Sudoku puzzles including Killer Sudoku, Futoshiki, and Kakuro, and exciting variations including; Tredoku, Suko, Tatami, Stars, Oughts and Crosses, Shikaku and Suguru. This portable package is part of a best-selling series featuring highl... read more
Remember the 'good old days' when games were played with simple things like cards, dice and dominoes? From noughts and crosses to Sardines, this book of traditional and fun-filled games will take you back to when life was about simply having fun with your loved ones. Whether you want to dip into a dice game or try your hand a... read more
Part of the newly relaunched crossword series. Challenge yourself and test your logic like never before with an all new title from Hamlyn's extensive crossword collection in collaboration with the Daily Mail. All New Daily Mail Cryptic Crosswords 3 is a brand new collection of demanding puzzles from the Daily Mail, with 100 t... read more
This companion contains a cross-file reference to over 120 hands. The hands are illustrated in colour and identified by following flip-top headings on each page. Each hand also contains a full synopsis. First published 1997.
In 1742, Edmond Hoyle published the definitive book on whist, the most popular card game of his day.
More than 250 years later, Hoyle is still the definitive name when it comes to the rules of games, from bridge to backgammon, Scrabble "RM" to blackjack. This handy reference guide has now been updated and expanded and i... read more
Volume Three of New Zealand's most popular word puzzle with another 125 Code-Cracker puzzles to solve - this time though, all puzzles have only a single starter letter.
Another 125 Code-Cracker puzzles in the fifth volume of the puzzle series that is enjoyed daily in newspapers from Whangarei to Invercargill, including the Otago Daily Times, Dominion Post and New Zealand Herald.
Volume Eight of New Zealand's most popular word puzzle returns with another 125 Code-Cracker puzzles to solve. Enjoyed daily in newspapers from Whangarei to Invercargill, including the Otago Daily Times, Dominion Post and New Zealand Herald, Simon Shuker's Code-Cracker has a legion of devoted fans.
The Times Crossword is the most famous in the world. Test your wordpower with this classic collection of 80 cryptic puzzles compiled by the Editor of The Times Crossword. The sixteenth book in this excellent series continues the tradition of providing authoritative, challenging crosswords which offer an enjoyable and stimulat... read more
This new edition of a classic title will seduce a huge range of readers, from novice to intermediate players. It features computer-generated artwork that recreates the chessboard, pieces and moves in a wholly original way. Readers will improve their game with graded puzzles, and can brush up on the fascinating history of ches... read more
The Times2 Crossword Collection is a bumper collection of crosswords that will keep crossword enthusiasts entertained for hours. Taken from the Times2 section of The Times, this collection of 160 accessible puzzles are utterly addictive, yet concise enough to be solved quickly. Encompassing a wide range of topics including ge... read more
A brand new compilation of fiendish clues from your favourite newspaper. This bumper collection will have you straining your brain and flexing your analytical skills for hours on end with 200 tormenting puzzles. Perfect for shocking your brain into gear and really getting into at any spare moment, the Daily Mail Big Book of C... read more
Inside this little book one of Britain's top Scrabble players reveals his top tips for all day, everyday Scrabble success. We all want to get one over on our friends and family on the Scrabble board. Most of us manage to win now and again but if you're looking for a permanent performance boost, then this book is for you. Barr... read more
Pocket Posh Sudoku Fusion presents 100 puzzles in four difficulty levels. In addition to the rules of traditional Sudoku, the sum of the digits in each inner cage must equal the number in the top left corner of the cage. This portable package is part of a best-selling series featuring highly stylized, embellished covers and b... read more