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Puzzle of October 6, 2009
Statue of Alan Turing at Bletchley Park, sculpted from stacked slate by Stephen Kettle. Appropriately, this puzzle is especially tricky. Photo by Simon Bisson.
Book of October 5, 2009
Settle was an American woman in the RAF during World War II. An unsentimental, undramatic, and honest account of class and culture conflict trumping romantic idealism.
Book of October 3, 2009
Brothers fighting magical foes, with enough twists for a corkscrew factory. “Supernatural” fans, you will *love* this: it’s not SPN with the serial numbers filed off, but the emotional dynamic will be *very* familiar to you.