Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Clue for February ( 7,8,9,10 )

X9. Fence associated with an excellent crime writer (7)

Y9. Emperor's sister compelling nearly all to fill in answers (9)

Z9. A character out, perhaps, to make girl hide (8)

A10. Employed old copper bearing clubs as rat-catcher (8)


Send in your answers for February by Mar 2 midnight.


Monday, February 25, 2013

Clue for February (4,5,6)

U9. You and I are about but it goes against the grain! (6)

V9. Gruesome sort of film gets small page at last (8)

W9. Not do enough to keep everyone quiet in stockade (4,5)


Monday, February 11, 2013

Clue for February (2 ,3 )

S9. Dress up as criminal and get beaten (9)

T9. Joy surrounding a funny person, chap driving old vehicle (10)


Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Clue for February (1)

R9. Practical joke proving social blunder when taken the wrong way  (5-4)

As the clues keep coming, it might help further if you spot a pattern linking all of them.

January Winner

The winner for January is Margaret Sha. Congrats, Margaret.
She gets a RM50 MPH voucher.

The hidden pattern in January's series is the alphabetical sequence of the first letters of the answers.

Answers below :

H9. Extol
I9.  Fused
J9.  Gourd
K9. Hecate
L9. Iberians
M9. Jack in the box
N9. Killjoy
O9. Lap dancer
P9. Milieu
Q9. Navigation


Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Clue for January (9,10)

P9. I recline in a Greek character's environment (6)

Q9. Sailing from land with a very big black cast-away aboard (10)

When you are done with the answers e mail them to jay1men@gmail.com before Feb 1.


Saturday, January 26, 2013

Clue for January (7,8)

N9. Misery recollected jokily includes love at first sight (7)

O9. Exciting parcel, and she barely moves close (3,6)