Become a word detective--solve crypto-quotes that make you smarter and wiser! With these quotations in code, each letter of the quotation has been replaced by another letter. Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to see how quickly you can decipher the code and figure out the quote. When you get really good, you only need to figure out a few letters. But beware, they get harder as they go. It's true--along with getting more clever, you also get wiser, as you learn how to turn this code... A D Z ' F U H M C V U B H . Q D C ' T H Z D F F M J F I T H J F . -- I D B A J V H S T into this thought...Don't be humble. You're not that great.--Golda Meir 160 pages, 4 3/16 x 5 1/4.
Leslie Billig has created, edited, and fact-checked puzzles for the New York Times, the New York Sun, the Wall Street Journal, New York Newsday, Games magazine, Sterling Publishing, Random House/Times Books, People, Modern Maturity, Reader's Digest, Book of the Month Club, and the American Crossword Federation. Billig has been editor of The Uptown Puzzle Club and Dell Crosswords since 2001, and wrote and researched questions for the television game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.