Sunday Times Teaser 2787 – Crime-Writers Convention
by Graham Smithers
Published: 21 February 2016 (link)
A group of twelve crime writers attended a convention. They were Bonfiglioli, Durrenmatt, Fyfield, Hiaasen, Highsmith, Hill, Innes, James, Knox, Le Carre, Rendell and Sayers, They sat in one long row on the stage, with Hiaasen further to the left than Hill. It turned out that, for any two sitting next to each other, there was just one letter of the alphabet that occurred (perhaps more than once) in both their surnames.
List the initial of each author from left to right along the row.