J.K. Persy


J.K. Persy


The answers to the riddles from the book Fun, Tricky, and Hard Riddles with Answers for Adults

  • The Case of the Dead Woman

    The husband lies because Kevin Kris did not tell him by phone, where to go. So, how did a man know where his wife was?

  • The Mystery of the Geography Teacher

    The math teacher lies because there is no final six-month test on the first day of the school year.

  • The Case of the Frozen Window

    John couldn't melt the ice crust on the glass outside the house, as it only appeared on the inside of the window.

  • The Case of Five Suspects

    The chef lies because the incident occurred in the evening, yet he claimed he was preparing breakfast at the time of the murder.

  • The Robbery of the Century

    The witness couldn't know that the car was green because he was wearing a welder's mask, in which the colors of objects are indistinguishable.

  • Who Broke the Chinese Vase?

    The neighbor lies because eyeglass lenses fog up when you enter a warm room from the outside, not vice versa.

  • The Romantic Trip

    The travel agent said that Mr. Clyde had booked a ticket for himself and his wife to the ski resort and one ticket back. So Mr. Clyde knew in advance that the ticket for his wife would not be needed.

  • The Hotel Room

    Why did the gentleman knock on his single room beforehand if there shouldn't have been anyone there? In reality, he was checking the victim's room before robbing it.

  • In the Courtroom

    If the defendant were innocent, he would have also looked towards the door, hoping that his wife would come in. But since he knew for sure that she wouldn't enter, his focus was more on the judge's reaction, and he looked at him instead.

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Take a mind-blowing journey filled with tricky riddles alongside the best American private eye and kung fu master, Kevin Kris

«If you combined Smallville, Kingsmen, and Bond into one, you would get this book. Action-packed, thrilling, and full of unexpected twists and turns that keep you guessing and on the seat of your pants at all times». Roy Huff, Hawaii-based best-selling author

«If you’re in the mood for a madcap caper, “Codename: Chimera” will definitely fill the bill. Equal parts Indiana Jones and Sam Spade, this exciting, enjoyable read will quench your thirst for adventure». Donna, Goodreads Reviewer

Take a mind-blowing journey filled with tricky riddles alongside the best American private eye and kung fu master, Kevin Kris

Illustration

«If you combined Smallville, Kingsmen, and Bond into one, you would get this book. Action-packed, thrilling, and full of unexpected twists and turns that keep you guessing and on the seat of your pants at all times». Roy Huff, Hawaii-based best-selling author

«If you’re in the mood for a madcap caper, “Codename: Chimera” will definitely fill the bill. Equal parts Indiana Jones and Sam Spade, this exciting, enjoyable read will quench your thirst for adventure». Donna, Goodreads Reviewer