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'''Max Andrews''' (1918-1988) ran the Vampire Magic organization, the second largest dealership in the UK.
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He was published and edited [[Magician's Oracle]] and the more successful [[Magic Magazine For All Magicians]].
 
He was published and edited [[Magician's Oracle]] and the more successful [[Magic Magazine For All Magicians]].
  
 
Andrews sold his business and left for New Zealand where he died in 1988.
 
Andrews sold his business and left for New Zealand where he died in 1988.
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==Books==
 
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* [[Sixteen Card Index Gems]] (1943)
 
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* Five Famous Force (1946)
 
* Five Famous Force (1946)
 
* [[Sixteen Thumb Tie Gems]] (1947)
 
* [[Sixteen Thumb Tie Gems]] (1947)
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Revision as of 11:54, 28 July 2013

Max Andrews
BornMax McAndrew
1918
Died1988
CategoriesBooks by Max Andrews

Max Andrews (1918-1988) ran the Vampire Magic organization, the second largest dealership in the UK.

He was published and edited Magician's Oracle and the more successful Magic Magazine For All Magicians.

Andrews sold his business and left for New Zealand where he died in 1988.

Books

References