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RECENT ARRIVALS in Magic From bookworm bookstore


Henry Lawson

By Kiernan, Brian (Edited by)

Univ. Of Queensland Press, 1976. Portable Australian Author series. 393 pp. Contains a number of works by Henry Lawson as well as his development as a writer to becoming one of the most original writers in the Australian bush yarn tradition.. As New. Softcover.


Now You See It, Now You Don't!

By Tarr, Bill

Random House, 1976. Lessons in slight of hand. 224 pp. with illustrations on every page. Easy to follow step by step instructions along with the help of more than 1500 line drawings that capture each eye fooling movement. Hundreds of tricks explained.. As New. Illus. by Barry Ross. Oversized Softcover.


Magic as a Hobby

By Elliott, Bruce

Gramercy Books, 1948. 230 pp. with over 70 line drawings which explain step by step the development of the trick. The book is devoted to new tricks for amateur performers (tarot, card tricks, coins and more).. Very Good/Very Good.


Sleight of Hand

By Sachs, Edwin T

Fleming Book Co., 1946. The standard textbook on how to become a magician. Sleight of hand feats and tricks with apparatus for amateur and professional conjurers, and for both parlor and stage performances. Fourth edition, revised and enlarged. 400 pp. with illustrations throughout. This is the second volume of the Fleming Magic Classic Series. Scarce title.. Very Good/Very Good.


The Paul Fleming Book Reviews

By Fleming, Paul (The Magician)

Fleming Book Co., 1946. Volume II. 124 pp. dealing with appraisals of works on sleight of hand, mind reading, pseudo spiritualism, stage illusions and kindred subjects.. VG++/VG++.


Hugard's Magic Monthly

By Hugard, Jean (Editor and Publisher)

Fleming Book Co., 1949. Volumes V and VI in a single volume. pp. 323 - 550, comprising explanations of sleights, dodges, tricks, routines and other items of interest to magicians, by leading writers in the world of magic. Includes 485 drawings by Francis J. Rigney as well as 9 photographic illustrations by George Karger.. VG++/VG++.