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New York Times Crosswords for Your Coffee Break: Light and Easy Puzzles

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    The New York Times(Author),Will Shortz(Editor)

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Often the subtle pleasures in life are the most rewarding. And as any solver can tell you, a brisk morning, a hot cup of coffee, and a New York Times crossword puzzle can be one of those quietly perfect moments.

From the pages of The New York Times comes this brand-new collection of light and easy puzzles, chosen from Monday and Tuesday editions of the newspaper. These solver-friendly puzzles allow you to sit back, relax, and lose yourself in a puzzle, all in the span of a coffee break.

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  • By E. on June 17, 2017

    Very good Monday level puzzles. Happy with the purchase.

  • By Avid Reader on January 3, 2007

    I find crosswords a way to relax and the Light and Easy series are just that. Not too hard, but engaging enough to keep me interested. The size of the puzzles makes it easy to finish one relatively quickly. The book size is convenient for carrying around. The expert crossword addict may find these too easy, but for the rest of us the Light and Easy series are fun. Great airplane/airport activity.

  • By Sandy Hanim on May 27, 2007

    Since I am a very enthusiastic crossword puzzler and since I live in an area of the world where they are unavailable, it isn't always easy trying to find something you like on-line. The good news is that the N.Y. Times Coffee Break book is EXACTLY what it says it is......I love it! It is easy but not"brain-less" easy. Yes, the puzzles can be done in a coffee break! I only wish there were more puzzles in the book! I know I will finish the book too quickly. Buy and enjoy!

  • By Walt Miner on September 25, 2008

    This is the first crossword book I have ever purchased, being that I am just getting the hang of puzzling. I've done five or six of the puzzles and they have all been done in less than 1/2 hour. The paper quality seemed poor when I first got it, but it does hold up well and is easy to use a pencil on. For less than eight bucks this is a great deal.

  • By Timothy J. Mautz on April 12, 2013

    gobbledy gook i don't know what i'm suppose to say its all in the name. oh the crosswords weren't done when i got it.

  • By sandie on August 15, 2013

    My mother does crosswords all the time, and sometimes they are too easy for her. These weren't too hard and not too easy.

  • By LindaKimura on March 21, 2006

    Well, pretty easy but not THAT easy. Finishing one on a coffee break is probably not something I could always do. They are fun and in a good format.

  • By V. Sowell on January 9, 2009

    I enjoy this crossword puzzle book because the puzzles CAN be solved - and finished! I can't finish a NY Times Sunday crossword puzzle without help and that's frustrating. These puzzles are quick and easy, but still make you think. I keep the book in my car to use at times when I have to wait.


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