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While I enjoyed Carter Beats the Devil and have read it twice, The Caveney book I've reread many times and contunue to be fascinated by all his world tours and how well documented with letters, news clippings, photos, and anecdotes in his own words. Funny though, when Caveney's Kellar book cames out, how close Carter and Keller's shows were.
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On 2009-06-30 05:48, Spellbinder wrote:
I see that Magicbob is still intrigued by this story. It shows up as a full fledged trick in his latest book: Sticky Situations... http://www.magicnook.com/magicbob/SS/SS00a_TOC.htm and scroll down to SS-08.


I recently re-read the novel and "Carter Beats the Devil" is one of my favorite magic poster designs. I would love to read the Cavney biography but, unfortunately, it's a rather rare book and pretty difficult to come across.
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