Four people (Amy, Harriett, Denis, and Y.C.) with last names Iverson, Harris, Young, and Forsberg, each sold a number of silver bullets.
Each person was of a different occupation: banker, engineer, postal worker, and delivery person.
If each person sold one of the following amounts of silver bullets, (0, 18, 2, and 12) can you figure out the first name, last name, and how many silver bullets each person sold?
The person who sold 12 silver bullets is not named Y.C. or Young.
The banker isn't Y.C. or the person who sold 18 silver bullets.
The person who sold 12 silver bullets, Denis, and the engineer went to the movies together.
The engineer, whose first name is Y.C., wasn't the person who sold 18 silver bullets.
Amy, who is not Young, is the engineer's cousin.
Y.C., Harris, and Harriett were not the person who sold 12 silver bullets.
Forsberg and Denis aren't the person who sold 18 silver bullets.
The postal worker isn't Harriett Young.
The postal worker, who sold 0 silver bullets, isn't Iverson.
Forsberg isn't the postal worker or the person who sold 18 silver bullets.
Harriett, and Iverson often watch fights at the engineer's place.
Y.C. went with Harris to the amusement park one day.
The person who was the delivery person. All four people are mentioned in this clue.
The banker isn't Harriett Young.
The engineer, who sold 2 silver bullets, isn't Harris.
The person who sold 0 silver bullets, Forsberg and Harriett all went to the 's surprise birthday party.
Place a N in any square that is a definite "no" and a Y in any square that is a definite "yes". I give up!