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Ripped from the pages of the Los Angeles Times, this 23rd installment features the nation's top constructors. It's entertaining, and a great value: not only are the crosswords more mainstream and fun than the ones in The New York Times, but each book contains 72 puzzles--not the mere 50 of competing volumes. The lie-flat spiral binding makes it easy to work on the puzzles anywhere!
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Rich Norris is one of the most prolific authors of The New York Times crosswords in the last 15 years. Since 1999, Norris has been editor of the Los Angeles Times crossword, syndicated by Tribune Media Services, Inc. His work also appears in the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, Golf Journal (a USGA publication), and Simon & Schuster puzzle books. He is a founding member of an online syndicate that creates and markets puzzles to major online newspapers and publications. Norris lives in Apple Valley, California.
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