David McCallum Audiobooks

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One Book/Story Per Author - in Chronological Order

An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge /
The Damned Thing
by Ambrose Bierce
Caedmon, 1973 (Have LP)
Two mysterious short stories: One a dream/hallucination, the other downright supernatural.
Lassie Come-Home, by Eric Knight
Caedmon, 1973
(Have LP)
A lovely story matched by the lilting quality to David's voice.
Wind in the Willows, by Kenneth Grahame
Caedmon, 1973 (Have LP)
David gives delightful voice to gentle Mole, sensible Rat and conceited (singing!) Toad in these excerpts from the children's classic.
Dracula, by Bram Stoker
Caedmon, 1975
(Have CD)
Includes "Four Scenes from Dracula," two of which are read by David.
"Dracula Meets the Human Fly," a 3-minute segment of David's reading set to music by Lalo Schifrin (thanks to lyrebird at LJ).
A Dog of Flanders, by Ouida
Caedmon, 1978 (Have LP)
A heart-rending story about a boy and a dog.
Five Tales from the Decameron, by Giovanni Boccaccio; translated by Richard Aldington.
Caedmon / HarperCollins, 1981
(Have cassette)

Bawdy tales from medieval times. Includes:
Foreword (David McCallum)
First day: 4th tale (David McCallum)
Seventh day: 1st tale (Carole Shelley)
Sixth day: 4th tale (Carole Shelley)
Sixth day: 7th tale (David McCallum)
Third day: 10th tale (David McCallum)

Robinson Crusoe, by Daniel Defoe
Random House/Reader's Digest, 1986
(Have cassette)
A lovely, lyrical reading of the classic tale of the castaway, with many great lessons in life, faith, morality and history.
Journey, by James A. Michener
Random House, 1989 (Have cassette)
Fascinating historical novel about an expedition to cross Canada to reach the gold fields of the Klondike. Hubris and harsh elements conspire.
House of Shadows, by Kate Nivison
Library of Romance, Vol. 1
(GeorgieSmith download)
Short story with elements of romance and the supernatural. Audio portion of a VHS of David reading and some of the action dramatized by actors.
The Fifth Profession, by David Morell
Dove Books on Tape, 1990
(Have cassette)
A twisty tale about a professional "protector," Japanese-American relations, memory and mind control. Action and romance too!
London Fields, by Martin Amis
Dove Audio, 1990
(Audible.com download)
Warning: frank sexual content and descriptions of child abuse in this tale of a dystopian London of some future time.
Games of the Hangman, by Victor O'Reilly
KVC Home Video, 1992 (Have cassette)
Interesting heroes, a truly creepy villain and intrigue that ranges from Ireland to Switzerland and back.
China Lake, by Anthony Hyde
Simon & Schuster, 1992
(Have cassette)
Intrigue and murder years in the wake of a espionage plot/frame-up. The action spans the California desert, Ireland, Wales and Germany.
Devil's Juggler, by Murray Smith
Simon & Schuster, 1993
(Have cassette)
Flawed heroes and villains people this plot that weaves together British special ops, the provisional IRA and Colombian drug lords.
Desert Fire, by David Hagberg
Durking Hayes Publishing, 1993
(Have cassette)
Murder and Middle East intrigue combine in this satisfying mystery-thriller featuring a German investigator and an Iraqi agent.
The Book of Virtues II, by William J. Bennett
Simon & Schuster, 1994
(Have cassette)
David reads seven passages, short stories and/or poems: The Children's Hour; Marley's Ghost; Terence, This is Stupid Stuff; Damon & Pythias; The Boy Who Never Told a Lie; The Last Lesson; The Captain's Daughter.
Three Men in a Boat, by Jerome K. Jerome
Castle Communications, 1994 (
Have cassette)
Wry humor and misadventure accompany three friends and their dog on a boat trip up the Thames.
The Commodore, by Patrick O'Brian
Soundeluxe, 1995
(Have cassette)
This thrilling sea saga is an abridgement of the 17th novel in the series featuring Capt. Jack Aubrey and secret agent/doctor Stephen Maturin.
King of the Wind, by Marguerite Henry
Bantam Doubleday, 1998
(Library cassette)
Lovely, unabridged story about the life of an Arabian stallion and the boy who looks after him.
The Arcanum: The Extraordinary True Story, by Janet Gleeson
Warner, 1999
(Library cassette)
Surprisingly fascinating story about the creation of porcelain in Europe.

Multiple Books by Author

By Anne Perry
Mystery novels set in late Victorian-era London, featuring police superintendent Thomas Pitt.
David reads the 15th through the 21st entries in the series.
Traitor's Gate
Random House, 1996
Pitt investigates murder and espionage in a plot that involves imperialism in Africa and a powerful secret society.
Pentecost Alley
Random House, 1996
The murder of a prostitute brings up echoes of Jack the Ripper. The solution has many twists and layers.
Ashworth Hall
Random House, 1997
Classic "whodunit" in a stately home, with the backdrop of a Irish-English politics and a cast of characters that's hard to keep track of.
Brunswick Gardens
Random House, 1998
A trio of clergymen are the prime suspects in the murder of a young female scholar.
Bedford Square
Random House, 1999
Pitt tackles a perplexing case of murder and blackmail.
Half Moon Street
Random House, 2000
The mystery is set in the world of the theater and deals with women's freedoms and racy photographs of the day.
The Whitechapel Conspiracy
Bantam, 2001
Complex story concerning conspiracies to overthrow the British government, the monarchy and cover up the Whitechapel murders.
By Dale Brown
Dreamland: Razor's Edge
HarperAudio, 2002
(Library CD)
Military techno-thriller based in late-1990s Iran and Iraq. David's voice is lovely while he reads streams of military and computer terminology.
Air Battle Force
HarperAudio, 2003
Library CD)
Military story centering on a primitive Taliban force pushing into Turkmenistan and a secret techno-elite U.S. military unit. The surprise is a sympathetic Taliban character. Otherwise, a bore. IMHO.
By Jeff Deaver
A Maiden's Grave
Penguin Audio, 1995
(Have cassette)
A gripping hostage standoff story with a sympathetic, flawed hero; a deaf heroine; plenty of suspense and a surprise twist.
The Bone Collector
Penguin Audio, 1997  (Have cassette)
The first in Deaver's series featuring forensic genius and quadraplegic Lincoln Rhyme. Here, Rhyme's help is sought to track a serial killer.
By Jack Higgins
A Season in Hell
Simon & Schuster, 1989
(Have cassette)
Cold Harbour
Audioworks, 1990
(GeorgieSmith download)
The Eagle Has Flown
Simon & Schuster, 1991
(Have cassette)
Story opens with the conceit of the author making himself part of the story but flashes back to compelling multinational WWII intrigue.
White House Connection
Putnam Berkley Audio, 1999
(Have cassette)
An OK thriller about personal revenge and treachery amid the English-Irish peace process. Background "mood" music is rather random.
By H.P. Lovecraft
The Rats in the Walls
Caedmon, 1973
(Have CD)
The descendant of a cursed family restores the old homestead. Big mistake. Compelling and disturbing -- in other words, pure Lovecraft!
The Dunwich Horror
Caedmon, 1976
(GeorgieSmith download)

The Haunter of the Dark
Caedmon, 1979
(Have LP)
By Edvard Radzinsky
The Last Tsar: Life & Death of Nicholas II
Bantam Doubleday Dell, 199
3 (Have cassette)
Well-told, well-researched biography of the Romanov family.
Bantam Doubleday Dell, 1996
(Have cassette)
The book is best in the first half, when telling of the origins of the brutal Soviet dictator.
By Patrick Robinson
HMS Unseen (1999)
(Have cassette)
Textured Mideast villain matches wits and artillery with bombastic American hero. Written in 1999 but set in 2006, there are a couple of things missing: 9/11 and the ubiquity of the Internet.
U.S.S. Seawolf (2000) (Have CD) The Chinese hijack a high-powered U.S. submarine after an egregious error by a high-profile officer. Military drama with an unsatisfying ending.
Shark Mutiny (2001) (Have cassette)  
Barracuda 945 (2003) (Library CD)  
Scimitar SL-2 (2004) (Library CD)  

One of many voices

Speech in Action:
For Students of Speech & Interpretation

Scott, Foresman & Co., 1965
(Have LP)
David's passages included:
  • The Bell: John Dunne (Speech to inspire or stimulate)
  • A battlefield speech: Catiline (Speech to get action)
  • Farewell speech: Napoleon Bonaparte (Special speaking situations)
  • Song from Cymbeline (Choric interpretation)
    Read by David McCallum & Donald Harron
  • Pygmalion, Act V: George Bernard Shaw
    (Interpretation of dramatic literature). Features: Doolittle (David McCallum); Higgins (Donald Harron); Pickering (Richard Ramos)
Pompeii: City Captured in Ash
Time Warner Audiobooks, 1998
From Lost Civilizations/Time-Life Books
Greece: The Golden Age
Hachette Audio, 1999
From Lost Civilizations/Time-Life Books
A&E Audio Books, 1998
Part 1: Death of a Dream. // Part 2: The Legend Lives On.
David narrates, with commentary by survivors and experts.
The Titanic Chronicles
Bennu Media, 1999
(mp3s from Amazon)
An enactment of striking moments from the 1912 Senate investigation into the Titanic disaster. Hosted by David McCallum. Other voices are alumni of Titanic productions for screen, TV and stage. The music is the same as played by the string quartet on the Titanic.

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