Published by Harry Lorayne, 1990, Mint condition, except for large bold autograph of the author. 277 pages of thought-provoking card work --sometimes provoking the thought "why did he include this in a book?" But... although some of the stuff is a bit esoteric, it is all interesting. As is common in Lorayne's later work, he seems to come up with moves and then look for effects that he can do with those moves. The book contains many original Lorayne moves and then related applications/tricks.
A first edition that is increasingly more difficult to find, and includes the Lorayne autograph from 2001.