Jim: Since the previous comments were unhelpful, I'll add a detailed one. Aside from the Westminster group, I don't think this grid worked:
1. The grass group feels arbitrary because "wet grass" and "long grass" aren't special phrases, nor is grass necessarily long or wet.
2. There's no parallelism in the saint group. Laurent and Teresa are names of saints (as is nearly any common name used by Christians), Leslie Charteris created Simon "the Saint" Templar, and Moore doesn't have any connection that I can find.
3. If this grid had any red herrings between groups, I'm not seeing them.
4. I can't view the answer to the Dombey group because the software won't let me enter an answer, but if it's "and Son(s)" as suggested by Dombey and Mumford, then the other two are so obscure that Googling them doesn't yield anything notable. (1 year, 5 months ago)
Meh: So-so grid from an on-off visitor to the site. Of average enjoyment (1 year, 6 months ago)
Vott: A poor grid from a regular on the site. Not remotely enjoyable. (1 year, 6 months ago)
Sally can dance: A good grid from a newcomer on the site. Enjoyable. (1 year, 6 months ago)