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Paul Hallas

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Public service announcement! Smile
For those that missed out on a print version of this book  (the sequel to Small But Deadly) I have just made it available again as a print on demand book. AS such, it will not be available everywhere, just one spot, you order it, they print it and ship it out.

As it is a larger book, 8.5 x 11 I opted for the book to be spiral bound this time so it can be laid flat out on the table. This makes it easier for learning the tricks detailed in the book. It can be obtained here:  http://www.thebookpatch.com/BookStore/still-small-still-deadly/990e186c-9d82-4ec6-95ff-7484482c8d10

I'm surprised more authors don't take advantage of this option when books go out of print. Those that really want the book can still obtain it, the author has no financial risk or a garage full of books Smile

It is still available as an e-book from  http://www.lybrary.com/still-small-still-deadly-p-248770.html
So now you have options. Is that a magician's choice? [biggrin]

Here's a few comments from people that read it.

“There is gold in here people, just dig for it! Written in the usual Hallas style it is as
enjoyable to read as SBD was to me the first time “ - Dom Kabala

“This book is for magicians who want to get away from the pick a card types of effects even those performed in style” – Lawrence O.

“It contains a treasure trove of information of value to the serious student" - Payne.

"Well done, Paul. It's a masterpiece" - Jamie Ferguson
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Michaelblue

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Yet another book that i want
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Rudy Tinoco

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Just bought this and will check it out tonight.

Thanks Paul!

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Robert McGee

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These 2 along with Max Maven's Focus are a treasure trove of packet tricks
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Paul Hallas

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A Jazz Aces variation was mentioned elsewhere on the forum recently. If you have SSSD check out the version that rounds out the chapter on the plot on p.177, which will probably leave a few magicians scratching their heads too [smile] I used to do this a lot.

The last trick in the book, a contribution from Dave Neighbors, also fits into the category but has the cards face up!
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