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Dennis Loomis
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I have one of the uncorrected proof copies of John Harrison's book on Doug: Spellbound, The Wonderfilled Life of Doug Henning. It arrived yesterday and I slept little last night because I couldn't put it down. I owe John an apology for doubting his ability as a biographer. The book is huge, over 400 pages, and just chock full of information from the 40+ people that John interviewed for the book. It is marvelous and a fitting tribute to the man John calls the most important magician of the past 65 years.

The book is scheduled for release on August 10th, but many dealers, including me, will take advance orders. The book will carry positive endorsements from Lance Burton, David Copperfield, and, most importantly, Charlie Reynolds.

Perhaps I will write a full review for MUM... but for now you can put me down as a fan of the book. I am not unbiased on Doug, he was a good friend, but I think I am objective about the book. If you are a student of magic history, or a fan of Doug's it's a must have book for your library.

Dennis Loomis
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