by Mathers, E. Powys 1892-1939.
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Six murders. One hundred pages. Millions of possible combinations... but only one is correct. Can you solve Torquemada's murder mystery?
In 1934, the Observer's cryptic crossword compiler, Edward Powys Mathers (aka Torquemada), released a novel that was simultaneously a murder mystery and the most fiendishly difficult literary puzzle ever written.
The pages have been printed in an entirely haphazard order, but it is possible - through logic and intelligent reading - to sort the pages into the only correct order, revealing six murder victims and their respective murderers.
Only three puzzlers have ever solved the mystery of Cain's Jawbone: do you have what it takes to join their ranks?
Please note: this puzzle is extremely difficult and not for the faint-hearted.
Murder victims -- Fiction.
Murderers -- Fiction.
Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction.
Literary recreations -- Fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.
|Publisher|| London :Unbound,2021
First published in the UK by Victor Gollancz LTD, 1934.
Though pages are numbered, this is a murder mystery that allows the reader to cut the pages and put in order as they solve the murder mystery.
100 pages ; 18 cm