Many American aficionados of the cryptic crossword will tell you that there aren't enough variety cryptics (puzzles that, in addition to cryptic clues, have some other twist for an additional payoff and/or a more difficult solve) out there. Sure, there are the Cox and Rathvon puzzles, and the one or two creations in each issue of The Enigma, and a handful of other sources, but we crave more.
Well, good news! Roger Wolff has just self-published a book of fifty variety cryptics! I'm not even close to finished with the book yet, of course, but I like what I see so far. Go order it, and pretty soon the Wolff will be at your door.