I'm sorry, but you have to laugh: an Amazon reviewer named Marilyn W. Barclay rated our One-Letter Words: A Dictionary
with 3 stars because it was "interesting but not what I expected." It's a dictionary of one-letter words. That's what it's called, and that's what's in it: definitions of one-letter words. But somehow it's the book's fault that it's not what she expected? She ends her review, "interesting just not useful for Scrabble." Hey, tell it to Scrabble, not us. We didn't write the rules. Meanwhile, we rate Marilyn W. Barclay's review zero stars. Oh, maybe she was in fact looking for our dictionary that is, indeed, great for winning at Scrabble: Webster's Dictionary of Improbable Words: All-Consonant and All-Vowel Words.