Author: Mike CaveneyMike Caveney Wonders9 by 11.5 inches456 pages printed in full color on heavy art..
This is not a reprint of our 1984 edition of Revelations, Dai Vernon's legendary annotations for The..
Drawing Room Deceptions did not become the publisher's fastest selling book ever just by chance. It ..
During the first third of the 20th century, London was generally recognized as being the focal point..
The story of the four men who performed under the name Willard the Wizard reads like a roller coaste..
The top card men in the world disagree on many things. One thing they all agree on is that no other ..
This book was written by a magician for magicians. Jim Ravel knew both fields inside out. Like magic..
Each month in MAGIC magazine, Mike Caveney selects from the files of the legendary Egyptian Hall Mus..
Ren� Lavand is without equal in his chosen field. He has held audiences around the world spellbound ..
The first privately circulated edition of Earl Nelson's Variations was published in 1978. One year l..
In 1955, in the Southern California community of Long Beach, a group of young people started a magic..
To coincide with the registrants of the Los Angeles Conference on Magic History visiting the Masters..
The first edition of Alexander The Man Who Knows told the incredible story of Claude Conlin's rise t..
The Secret Life of Houdini by William Kalush and Larry Sloman is perhaps the most controversial book..
In 1981, with little fanfare, a brand new publishing company released a book on card magic by an unk..
Here at last, is the whole story behind America's most successful comedy magician. From his early da..
This book is unlike any of our previous history books. Instead of digging through old newspapers and..
If any one man can be credited with extending the Golden Age of Magic in Britain, that man is Cecil ..