Chess Puzzle Books
This is a collection of problems and puzzles selected by Charles Dealtry Locock, a British Amateur Chess Champion, which he found to be the most valuable in teaching his students how to attack. These are problems which have a practical application. The author used them to teach attacking chess to hundreds of students. The theme of this book is how to use your imagination to develop a winning attack.
Imagination in Chess
Match Your Wits Against the Greatest Chess Masters
This book enables the average chess player to match wits against the greatest masters of all time. The result is a book that is as instructive as it is entertaining.
Try these grueling and teeth-grating end games in which a checkmate, or mate, is required in two, three, four, or more moves. Shown the illustration of a board with chessmen in fixed positions, it's up to you to determine how to take your opponent's King in a given number of moves.
200 Classic Chess Puzzles