ritish solvers: here is a puzzle in the US style, with clues and answers you will enjoy. You can download it in a digital or in a printable form. We’re keeping it at the gentler end and we’re doing it, in part, to hear what you think of each puzzle in the series.
Here’s a quick recap for those new to this kind of crossword (explained more fully here):
Every square is part of an across as well as a down answer.
There are no “cryptic”-like conventions: the clues are straight, if at first ambiguous, and crossing letters are helpful (although there may be some funny business in the longer “theme entries”).
The entries contain fragments of phrases as well as “dictionary words”.
An abbreviation in a clue indicates that the solution is an abbreviation.
.puz files can be opened in Crossword Solver or Across Lite – solvers who don’t fancy that should use the print version.
Your feedback is welcome. Your own puzzles are very welcome. And the answers to this puzzle can be seen in the digital version or in this pdf.
Finally, the previous puzzles are:
And We’re Off!
Store’s in What?
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.