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From the introduction:
The following bibliography is intended to offer a representative selection of books and articles which throw some light upon the fraudulent aspect of psychic phenomena. In making our selection we have been guided rather by a desire to help the student than to compile a catalogue which would be of interest to bibliographers. In some cases we have included works, which, although not dealing directly with fraudulent methods, present detailed descriptions of alleged physical phenomena which can hardly fail to be of interest, whilst in others we have inserted books containing some account of the lives of celebrated impostors of past epochs. As we have not attempted to give any detailed list of periodical literature, further information should be sought in the Journals and Proceedings of the English and American Societies for Psychical Research, in spiritualist papers such as Light, or the Annales des Sciences Psychiques, or in magical journals such as the Sphinx.
1st edition 1922, PDF 42 pages.word count: 11740 which is equivalent to 46 standard pages of text