You've probably seen many logic puzzles like the one below. My sister had a book full of them. The ones in the book were the kind that once you made some kind of a start into them they unravelled like a piece of fraying cloth. They were fun - but it struck me that a suitably fiendish puzzle maker could make the puzzles an awful lot harder.
Some years passed and the thought came back. I realised then that perhaps I was now a suitably fiendish puzzle maker, and this is the result. Enjoy...
In the following puzzle, 'lives on the right/left' is to be taken to mean on the immediate right/left.
Give the first names of two friends who live on Alphabet street.
I will post e-mail addresses of the first ten solvers to e-mail me, (unless they wish to remain anonymous!) here: