Interesting booklet on a "touch" routine, with a visual element: the audience sees the magician pretending to touch the subject and this, at the same time, says he's being touched. It uses dual reality to achieve the result and it has well tought. It is however suitable for stage or parlour, although a close-up version is given and this is very sneaky.
The manuscript is in a limited series of 40 copies (unstated) and I've got it from Colin himself.
I like this way of thinking: very creative.