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Edward George Brown: a magical life

by Paul Gordon
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(2 reviews, 3 customer ratings) ★★★★

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Edward George Brown: a magical life by Paul Gordon
This product is also part of:
  • Preface - Paul Gordon
  • About the Author by Martin Breese
  • Introduction - Paul Gordon
  • Edward George Brown - a biography by Paul Gordon
  • Obituary by Francis White
  • Heartfelt Tributes
  • - John Carney
  • - Roger Crosthwaite
  • - Members of The Magic Circle
  • Trevor H. Hall & The Card Magic of Edward G. Brown
  • Willane's Methods for Miracles
  • Ibidem - P. Howard Lyons
  • The 'Lost' Magic of E.G. Brown
  • - Divination of Two Mentally Selected Cards
  • - The Three Billet Test
  • - A Cigarette Change
  • - The Penetrating Tumbler
  • - Handkerchief and Glass to Hat
  • - A Nap Hand
  • With Thanks to Edward George Brown
  • - The Brown Detective - Peter Duffie
  • - Thin Ambitious - Daryl Martinez
  • - Brownian Movement - Wesley James
  • - Everywhere & Nowhere - Roger Crosthwaite
  • - A Brown Study - Tom Ransom
  • - Epitaph for Brown - Peter Warlock
  • - Sevens in Sympathy - Arthur Carter
  • - Poker Hand Mystery - Dai Vernon
  • - Simplified Divination of Two Mentally Selected Cards - Dudley Whitnall
  • - Two More Mentally Selected Cards - J. Hamilton
  • - Diminishing? Not Likely! - Paul Gordon
  • More Credits & References
  • Final Word

1st edition 2005, 111 pages.
word count: 31990 which is equivalent to 127 standard pages of text

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Reviewed by Peter Byers
★★★★   Date Added: Monday 30 December, 2013

Am loving the story of E. G Brown coz his magic is awesome. I got a rare copy of the Hall book and Brown's magic shines. This memoir is nice, but it's the magic that's great. Love the contributions. Well done.

Reviewed by Dan Schwartz
★★★★★   Date Added: Thursday 26 December, 2013

It's a lovely book. Lovely story and great magic. Wes James at his best. Yeah, go for it. Danny