It's well known that the creator of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, was a great believer in the supernatural. This caused great problems for his relationship with Harry Houdini. In the same year as Houdini's death Doyle wrote a two-volume history of spiritualism exploring all of the major events and characters connected with the belief. This book collects together both volumes and is a fascinating record of spiritualism through the eyes of a believer at a time when it was in great conflict with the world of performance magic. Entertainingly written with a thorough index.
N. B. These are in stock with us now, not "special order".
Year: 2021 (of 1926)
Publisher: Curious Publications.
Dimensions (to nearest cm): 22 X 14cm
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