Harry Potter doesn’t exist. But magic is a way of life for real entertainers like David Blaine, Seigfried and Roy, Penn and Teller, David Copperfield and many others.

Dozens of books have been written by or about magicians – either divulging secrets of their trade or telling their life stories. Harry Houdini, the greatest of all modern magic men, was prolific in producing books to support his massive celebrity status in the early 20th century.

Mysterious Stranger: A Book of Magic

David Blain

Mysterious Stranger: A Book of Magic

The book in your hands now reveals some of David Blaine’s most closely guarded secrets. Such as who is he? Where did he come from? How does he do it? The reader will also learn a multitude of inside secrets with which he or she too can mystify anyone.

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David Copperfield's Tales of the Impossible

David Copperfield

David Copperfield's Tales of the Impossible

David Copperfield, the world's foremost illusionist, gathers together in this anthology a stunning collection of stories about the world of magic.

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Houdini on Magic

Harry Houdini

Houdini on Magic

How he escaped; exposes of fake spiritualists; instructions for eye-catching tricks; other fascinating material. 155 illustrations.

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Cruel Tricks for Dear Friends

Penn & Teller

Cruel Tricks for Dear Friends

Penn & Teller impart their priceless secrets for conning, scamming, and fooling your closest personal friends.

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The Magic Of Alan Wakeling

Jim Steinmeyer

The Magic of Alan Wakeling

Alan Wakeling’s acclaimed magic has for years been the “secret source” for leading professional magicians. This book contains professional material developed by Wakeling and used by magicians.

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The Glorious Deception

Jim Steinmeyer

The Glorious Deception

In a biography woven from equal parts enchantment and mystery, Jim Steinmeyer unveils the secrets behind the most enigmatic performer in the history of stage magic, Chung Ling Soo, the "Marvelous Chinese Conjurer"—a magician whose daring made his contemporary Houdini seem like the boy next door.

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