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A compilation of over 400 quick crosswords from the Daily Mail's puzzle pages! About the Author. The Daily Mail is one of the UK's most popular daily newspapers, with a daily circulation of . million readers. Over . million readers do the Daily Mail puzzles each day, and the Daily Mail's quick crossword series has sold over 440,000 copies to-date.
Daily Mail Crosswords Bumper Book: v. 2 by The Daily Mail (Paperback, 1999). Quick crossword book. Excellent value a real pass time. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned. The Daily Mail Crossword Dictionary: Over 80,000 Words by John Bailie (Paperback, 2008).
It's the big one! Fast, fiendish and fun, quick crosswords have been entertaining Daily Mail readers for decades. Now, with a massive 400 puzzles to conquer, The Big Book of Quick Crosswords brings you the ultimate quick crossword compilation from one of the nation's favourite papers. The ideal way to keep your puzzle-solving skills up to scratch whether you're on holiday, commuting or simply relaxing at home, this huge collection is a must for every crossword fan.
The Daily Mail has an average circulation of over 2 million per issue. With 400 crosswords there's a great mix that will please novices and more seasoned puzzlers alike. In 2011 the Mail Online had over 3 million unique visitors per day. million people do these crosswords daily. A massive collection of speedy, challenging and demanding puzzles from the Daily Mail's extensive archives. Perfect for killing time at home or on the daily commute this bumper book ensures you'll never have a bored moment, and will really get your brain working
Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780600621706. Release Date:September 2010.
Fast, fiendish and fun, quick crosswords have been entertaining "Daily Mail" readers for decades.
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A massive collection of quick but challenging crossword puzzles from the Daily Mail's extensive archives. Perfect for killing time at home or on the daily commute, every time you open this bumper book you'll be giving your greymatter a workout! show more.
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