MENTAL MYSTERIES: THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF MENTALISM

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The Blurb

This candid book clearly explains the techniques of simulating psychic phenomena. It details the presentation skills so essential to making mental magic entertaining and is an indispensable handbook for the aspiring mentalist.

Edward Hutchison is a psychotherapist, professor, and writer. He is a former Regents Scholar who has earned three degrees from Syracuse University and has twice been elected to the Legislature in New York. He has written and lectured widely on the subjects of hypnosis and mentalism.

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Jheff's Guide

WHAT IT IS:
Book, harcover, 121 pages

HOW ACCURATE OR COMPLETE THE BLURB IS:
Accurate description, but leaves out the table of contents.

JHEFF’S JUDGMENT:
This book, first published in 1993, covers basic theory on how to perform mentalism and basic routines which, in and of itself, is quite good, but when compared to some texts that have recently been released, it would not be my first choice to recommend to someone interested in the subject.