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 Post subject: Lee Earle
PostPosted: Tue Mar 23, 2004 3:25 pm 
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In my research of Cold Reading, I have found quite a few books that I am going to invest in soon. These are The Dance-Henderson, Completely Cold- Knepper, Full Facts of Cold Reading-Rowland. I also came across one by Lee Earle and I know he has contributed alot to the art but I have not heard or read anything about his book and companion audio cd called The Gentle Art of Cold Reading. Is there anyone here who has any feedback or has this in their library? Thanks in advance.
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 Post subject: Re: Lee Earle
PostPosted: Tue Mar 23, 2004 3:37 pm 
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the1complainer wrote:
In my research of Cold Reading, I have found quite a few books that I am going to invest in soon. These are The Dance-Henderson, Completely Cold- Knepper, Full Facts of Cold Reading-Rowland. I also came across one by Lee Earle and I know he has contributed alot to the art but I have not heard or read anything about his book and companion audio cd called The Gentle Art of Cold Reading. Is there anyone here who has any feedback or has this in their library? Thanks in advance.
Wade


I haven't heard of his books, but have heard of The Dance, and Completly Cold, and Full Facts. Also, someone has recommended to me Cold Reading Tradecraft, though I can't recall hearing much about it.

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Wayno, I have Pmed you his site. I wasn't sure if you are interested in taking a look or not but went ahead and sent it to you.
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all you need is rowland's book to get a first grasp of the concepts. the dance is pretty good too, but should be used to compliment the rowland book.
the others i would suggest you look into:
ANYTHING BY RICHARD WEBSTER
Bob Cassidy's Real Work of Cold Reading

Knepper and Tank's Completely Cold is ok. But how much can you really learn in that thin manuscript? Not much except how to use the word "But". Wonder Words 2 has an entire hour of conversations on this.


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Thanks for the references David. I will check them out and maybe wait on the Knepper one for a while.


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david_a_whitehead wrote:
all you need is rowland's book to get a first grasp of the concepts. the dance is pretty good too, but should be used to compliment the rowland book.
the others i would suggest you look into:
ANYTHING BY RICHARD WEBSTER
Bob Cassidy's Real Work of Cold Reading

Knepper and Tank's Completely Cold is ok. But how much can you really learn in that thin manuscript? Not much except how to use the word "But". Wonder Words 2 has an entire hour of conversations on this.


Thanks for that info. I'm on the hunt. ;)
Have you heard anything about Tradecraft?

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i forgot to mention herb dewey. his book red hot cold reading is essential reading for all wanting to learn this technique


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