It's been done before, but never so well. Like their predecessors, professional crossword editors Stanley Newman and Daniel Starkhave arranged thousands of three to seven letter words so that you can easily find them once you know the position of any two letters. Only they compiled their list from words actually used in crossword puzzles. They even included popular phrases, abbreviations, and proper names. The result may well be the greatest sanity saver ever published for crossword fans. The publishers are so confident in it that they offer a money-back guarantee of their own. I strongly doubt that they'll issue many checks.
"The most comprehensive source of contemporary crossword answers."
, crossword editor of The New York Times
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