I had a quick idea for a puzzle that may or may not be too hard to solve, but nothing is too hard for Puzzling SE so let's give it a go.
One of my friends gave me a list of classic books to read last week. For fun I wrote down short descriptions of each of them and then crossed out the initials in the titles.
For example, Moby Dick became massive whale dies became assive whale ies.
The problem is, I've lost the original sheet with the authors and titles of the books. I've managed to recover most of them, but there are a couple long ones I'm having trouble on:
joads est (3)
o illed over alleged rpe (4)
mn ie fr cash (4)
in the end she is (4)
s boys ight (4)
oaming the y (4)
un oe acks everyone (5)
oman not uilty after bad aher (6)
niag ees a fish (6)
The letters in parentheses denote the amount of letters missing from the clue, ie the number of words in the title.
Bonus! Reaarange the books in the order you would find them in a library and pick letters out of the author's last names to get a bonus book:
m 5 a66 c2 425 jo7 6 (5)
I'm not quite sure what else to tag this as...