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At first I had little success, managing maybe a couple of answers if I was lucky before throwing it aside in frustration.However, in time and using assorted reference books, I eventually completed my first grid – to my surprise and immense satisfaction.Looking back, I can see that my interest in cryptics was kick-started when it dawned on me that there was some regularity in the tricks that compilers got up to.As I couldn’t keep all their little dodges in my head I began writing them down, solely for my own reference.And there have been many famous addicts, notably film star Richard Burton, who we are told, had to have daily access to British cryptics no matter to what part of the world his job or wealth had taken him.Moreover, there is mounting medical opinion that they are downright healthy!It would have been difficult and confusing to include the source of each clue in the main layout of the book. The clues we have used have come from a range of newspapers and magazines – we are indebted to the crossword setters for making the puzzles interesting, challenging and enjoyable to solve! No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publishers.The publications used as sources include: Daily Express, Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, The Daily Record, Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, The Guardian, Independent, Independent on Sunday, The Observer, Radio Times, The Sun, Sunday Telegraph, Sunday Times, The Times First published in Great Britain 2001 Reprinted 2003 This second edition published 2005 A & C Black Publishers Ltd 37 Soho Square, London W1D 3QZ © B. A CIP record for this book is available from the British Library.
Once we are on our guard that we might be being misdirected, the last thing we should think of is a restaurant! EQUIPMENT FOR THE JOB The beginner really needs to have a handful of reference books handy. Of course, there will be expert solvers who will pride themselves on finishing a broadsheet cryptic with no use of aids, but these lucky people must be a minority, an enviable elite.
Regular mental exercise is just as important as daily physical exercise and several prominent doctors have extolled the virtues of the crossword habit in staving off the ravages of age on the brain.