Word lovers will welcome the fourth book in the popular series—which has sold more than 100,000 copies! This time there’s yet another fun twist to the game: the answers are proper names or phrases, like “Ypsilanti,” “Sigourney,” “Barcelona,” or “Hemingway.” That raises the stakes…and increases the difficulty. To solve the puzzles, which come in 9x9, 10x10 and 12x12, follow the basic rules of regular sudoku—except using the letters appearing under the puzzle. Arrange them so that every letter appears in every column, row, and box just one time. When you’re done, you’ll discover an anagram buried inside the grid. But be warned: just because a word seems to be forming doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the right one. A few traps await you!