Magic for Beginners

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Frederick Fell Pub., 2002 - Games - 189 pages
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Revised with dozens of illustrations complementing this easy-to-understand classic, this guide to magic spans all age groups with tricks that have baffled both children and adults.

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Walter Brown Gibson (September 12, 1897-December 6, 1985) was an American author and professional magician, best known for his work on the pulp fiction character The Shadow. Gibson, under the pen-name Maxwell Grant, wrote "more than 300 novel-length" Shadow stories, writing up to "10,000 words a day" to satisfy public demand during the character's golden age in the 1930s and 1940s.[1] He also authored several novels in the Biff Brewster juvenile series of the 1960s. He was married to Litzka R. Gibson, also a writer, and the couple lived in New York state.

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