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Wilson can be purchased very cheaply on and is a wonderful text.Thank you David W for your comments regarding Everything 4 less. I am not familiar with that site. Tarbell for $12.00 is the deal of the century.
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I got my tarbell from my mentor and loving has some oldies which I probably won't use for my close up but it helps to build a beginner's attitude towards magic .which is great.
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I have the CD-ROM of Tarbell. It is not only cheaper, but saves a lot of space. I do have Mark Wilson's book too.
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I know, it sounded unreal to me when I first saw it. So I contacted the seller several times, asking questions about copyright, etc. To the best of my (limited) knowledge, this CD-ROM is not an illegal copy, which was my main concern. Just to forewarn you, there are a few glitches in the text of some of the books. Mostly minor, though.
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