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Jeff, have you seen the Trapdoor Vol 1 hardbound volume? Steve Beam is annotating each issue in an appendix, and I love it!

Thanks for the nice words, Duane. Unfortunately the book isn't quite think enough to allow a title on the spine, per our printer's requirements. I miss it too.
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By the way, Houdini's Magic Shop not only has Jinx in PDF on disc, you can still get the hardback reprint from them too.

And, I just noticed today, that they're offering a less expensive softbound reprint too. That would be only $60 for whole set.


http://www.houdini.com/
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The Jinx Companion sold out at Magic Live. Did you pick up a copy from H&R's booth?
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Not only is The Jinx Companion now back in stock. Steve Beam in his fantastic Trapdoor Volume 2 says “Track it down. You should find it fun and more than worth your time.”
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If you're still on the fence, check out the review of The Jinx Companion in Genii. Jamy Ian Swiss says “This is like taking a jungle safari with a guide who loves the terrain. It’s a trip you shouldn’t miss.”
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Thanks to David Ben for recommending The Jinx Companion in MAGICOL. And for suggesting that The Phoenix would make a worthy follow-up. We'll think it over. Smile
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Thanks to Gabe Fajuri for recommending The Jinx Companion in the May issue of MAGIC. Check out his review for the details.
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If you're an S.A.M. member, don't miss the review in the May issue of M.U.M.
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Do you have an iPad? The Jinx Companion is now available in the iBookstore for your reading pleasure. Here's a link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/jinx-companion/id550859086
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I ordered from Amazon and was surprised to read on the back page the book came from Lexington, Ky, with a date of 5 August, 2012. Talk about hot off the press.......

My weekly visits to the magic shop in the late forties always ended up with a copy of Hugards Magic Monthly, The Bat, Genii, Sphinx or the Jinx. Great reading for a 10 year old kid learnin' all those big magic words.

BTW my middle name is Gordon. Maybe were related if your rich.
Et tu, Spartacus?
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Thanks, Spartacus. Hope you love it. If I get rich, I'll definitely keep you in mind, brother.
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If you're in Chicago, you can pick up a copy of The Jinx Companion at the nation's oldest family-owned magic shop--Magic Inc. Rumor has it they even have a signed copy in stock.
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