Six murders. One hundred pages. Millions of possible combinations... butonly 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 mostfiendishly difficult literary puzzle ever written.The pages have been printed in anentirely haphazard order, but it is possible - through logic and intelligentreading - to sort the pages into the only correct order, revealing six murdervictims and their respective murderers.Only two puzzlers have ever solvedthe mystery of Cain's Jawbone: do youhave what it takes to join their ranks?Please note: this puzzle is extremely difficult and not forthe faint-hearted.
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