November 4, 2011
The Puzzling World of Winston Breen - by Eric Berlin
This book is FULL of puzzles, some part of the story, some just tossed in there, with answers to all of them at the back of the book. Luckily, even if you decide to skip the puzzles, you'll have no problem following the story. The plot is a relatively straightforward mystery, but it's interesting enough to be worth reading. You can definitely tell it was written by a puzzle geek, but that's what makes is good for the puzzle-loving upper-elementary or middle school reader.