The Sun Puzzle Books - The Sun Two-Speed Crossword Collection 11: 160 two-in-one cryptic and coffee time crosswords

Paperback

Give your brain a workout with these popular puzzles.

A cracking collection of the unique two-speed crossword puzzle from The Sun. With 160 puzzles both with quick and cryptic style clues for the same puzzle, you have all you need for a word workout with this fantastic puzzle.

The two-speed crossword puzzles appear daily in The Sun, Britain’s bestselling daily newspaper.

Providing a unique challenge amongst crosswords, each puzzle has a set of cryptic and coffee-time, quick definition-style clues, so that you can choose either to take your time, or to head for the speedy conclusion, with both sets of clues leading to the same answer.

These crosswords do not rely on topical knowledge and can be enjoyed at any time, any place. This collection of 160 crosswords will appeal to anyone seeking a fun and informative break from daily life.

RRP: £6.99

ISBN

978-0-00-861800-1

Publication Date

04-01-2024

Format

Paperback

Pages

368 pages

Dimensions

129x198mm

Product Description

Give your brain a workout with these popular puzzles.

A cracking collection of the unique two-speed crossword puzzle from The Sun. With 160 puzzles both with quick and cryptic style clues for the same puzzle, you have all you need for a word workout with this fantastic puzzle.

The two-speed crossword puzzles appear daily in The Sun, Britain’s bestselling daily newspaper.

Providing a unique challenge amongst crosswords, each puzzle has a set of cryptic and coffee-time, quick definition-style clues, so that you can choose either to take your time, or to head for the speedy conclusion, with both sets of clues leading to the same answer.

These crosswords do not rely on topical knowledge and can be enjoyed at any time, any place. This collection of 160 crosswords will appeal to anyone seeking a fun and informative break from daily life.

Author

The Sun

The Sun is a daily tabloid newspaper published in the United Kingdom and Ireland with an average daily readership of approximately 7 million.