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Adam Wood
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IMHO, you can't do justice to what you learn in Apocalypse without studying The Essential Dai Vernon (hence essential), but how on earth to choose between the two? Possibly Apocalypse, due the sheer volume of material covered.
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Annemann: The Life And Times Of A Legend
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Capricornian Tales
Michael Landes
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Problaby the Elmsley.
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The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings/ Carneycopia
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Robert sixx- good call, I forgot about that book. I really love J.C Wagner's stuff. Terrific ideas that has/will stand the test of time. Greig
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