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St. Martin's Press, Oct 15, 1993 - Games - 336 pages
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Conjuring is a dazzling collection of artists whose sleight-of-hand abilities and showmanship make this book an awe-inspiring pageant, written by a famed magician and notorious skeptic who believes that magic itself is nonexistent.

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User Review  - Billy Martin - Goodreads

A great, concise history insofar as an armchair historian can give. It is really entertaining and very informative. It isn't a scholarly work, but it isn't meant to be. Read full review

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User Review  - Rob - Goodreads

Interesting overview of the history of magic. Read full review

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