A challenging alternative to Sudoku. These puzzles use the letters A to I instead of numbers 1 to 9. For some reason to do with cognition, letters do not spring to the mind's eye as readily as figures - probably because the human brain is more used to seeing letters in groups that form words. You will find that a great deal more concentration and checking is required to solve them. A must for every puzzle fanatic.
Len Loullis was born in north London to a half-German, half-Ukrainian mother and a Greek Cypriot father. He started his working career as a junior reporter in Fleet Street before doing his National Service in the Royal Air Force. He decided to stay in the RAF and served for 16 years before he was invalided out in 1968. He has always been extremely fond of classical music and for many years broadcast light classical music on various hospital radio networks and was co-founder of the Middlesex Hospital radio. In 1986 he joined London Underground as a driver and drove a train on the Piccadilly Line for 10 years. He was then asked to produce a magazine which he called The Picc-Wick Papers. He currently lives in the beautiful old town of Stamford in Lincolnshire.