Can you solve as well as Sherlock Holmes? Join the world's greatest fictional detective and use your own powers of deduction to solve these ingenious enigmas. This fiendishly difficult collection features superb period artwork and 75 varied puzzles, all inspired by Holmes, designed to test even the savviest sleuths. "You know my methods, apply them." --Sherlock Holmes
Extreme Spot the Difference is the ultimate photo puzzle challenge. Tougher, more engaging and more visually impressive than anything you've seen before, this book takes you on a tour of the world's most notable sites in amazing extreme detail.
125 riddles and conundrums with full solutions and explanations. A fabulous range of puzzles, riddles, enigmas and conundrums that wil transport you back to the time of knghts, castles and sprawling empires. Challenge your perception and logic to a mental joust in a narrative that spans continents and centuries from the glory of Byzantium to the horror of the Black Death, from the Golden Age of Islam to the Viking invasions. Each puzzle is beautifully constructed with authentic medieval imagery.
Conundrums inspired by ancient Egypt that will challenge today s solvers! The Riddle of the Sphinx is one of the most famous riddles ever told and it took a Greek hero, Oedipus, to solve it. In the last 2,000 years the puzzle has been repeated countless times, but Ancient Egyptian culture positively brimmed with other mysteries and enigmas, too. This illustrated book features Egyptian-inspired brainteasers that will engage and engross contemporary puzzle fans."
The interactive puzzle book is reinvented with The Great Global Treasure Hunt, which challenges readers to take a virtual adventure right around the world in search of fabulous hidden treasure, for a whopping prize of 50,000 Euros.
Written by the grandson of a high-ranking Mason, 'The Brotherhood' is a look inside the institution. Starting with a detailed look at the visible structure of the international Freemasonry and the myths and legends that surround it, the book moves on to examine the meaning of Freemasonry.