The complete beginner's guide to magic

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Lifetime Books, Jun 19, 1996 - Games - 189 pages
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Learn how to set up your own magic show! Astound friends, family members, and audiences by--Shaking a piece of string into three knots; Producing a coin at the elbow of your jacket; Dealing yourself a Royal Flush; Stopping your own pulse through mental divination. Dazzle and delight others with these and other feats of magic artistry. You might just become the next David Copperfield. 85 illustrations.

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Contents

A MAGIC DISCOVERY
3
THE MAGIC CARD
10
HERES YOUR CARD
13
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Walter B. Gibson was a prolific writer. His specialty included hobbies, magic and games. He created radio's most famous thriller: The Shadow, and subsequently wrote scripts for more than 2500 episodes and nearly 300 novels based on its characters. He served as the first vice president of the Magician's Guild of America. Gibson lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Shelley has performed magic for over 40 years and has invented and patented over 150 tricks.

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