Daily Telegraph Cryptic No 28907
Hints and tips by Mr K
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BD Rating - Difficulty *** - Enjoyment ****
Hello, everyone, and welcome. Usually a puzzle containing eight anagrams would sit at the less-difficult end of the back-page spectrum. I did not find that to be the case today. Some very well-disguised wordplay in the other clues delivered a succession of penny-drop moments and left me feeling grateful that those anagrams provided footholds on which to build the grid fill. I'd be happy to see more puzzles like this. I do hope that today's setter will post a comment so we know who to thank for this fine piece of entertainment.