The original edition of this book was selected among the best books of 1935 by John Mulholland, editor of The Sphinx. Contact mind reading or 'muscle reading' is probably the next best thing to genuine mind reading. It doesn't require any gimmicks, codes or confederates. It is based on involuntary subtle clues spectators give. This is one of the best texts ever written on this subject.
1st edition, 1935; expanded edition, 1945; 38 pages.
Table of Contents
- Introduction. By C. A. George Newmann.
- Preface. By Dariel Fitzkee.
- Chapter One
- Chapter Two
- Chapter Three
- Chapter Four.
- Chapter Five
- Chapter Six
word count: 11762 which is equivalent to 47 standard pages of text