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Can you tell your favorite parlour magic book?
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Yes.
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Yes, me too...actually there are a few, last recent for sure "Roy Benson in Starlight."
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That's a good one.

Actually, The Secret Out or 1000 Tricks With Cards has a lot of good parlour magic in it. The problem is finding a copy. It's not just card tricks. The American Edition has more usable material than the British edition.
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On 2007-04-04 13:54, JanForster wrote:
Yes, me too...actually there are a few, last recent for sure "Roy Benson in Starlight."
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I always found that THE MAGIC OF Michael Ammar was filled with material for Parlor effects....

.... Absolutely a MUST for anyone in the Magical Field of any type-- NOT just Parlor Magic.
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I also like "theater of the mind" by barrie richardson. there are some nice parlour effects in there. not only mentalism.
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