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This book was written by a magician for magicians. Jim Ravel knew both fields inside out. Like magic..
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This book is unlike any of our previous history books. Instead of digging through old newspapers and..
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The first privately circulated edition of Earl Nelson's Variations was published in 1978. One year l..
In 1981, with little fanfare, a brand new publishing company released a book on card magic by an unk..
The story of the four men who performed under the name Willard the Wizard reads like a roller coaste..