David Drummond

David Drummond

David Drummond

David received an AudioFile Earphones award for his very first effort, Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em: Getting Good People to Stay, a business book. Since then, he has recorded over 150 audiobooks for many different publishers and in many different genres, including historical non-fiction (The Slave Ship; Lords of the Sea), political commentary (The Big Con; The American Way of War), biography (Hope’s Boy; Star—How Warren Beatty Seduced America), current events (Fly By Wire; America Anonymous), fiction (Nose Down, Eyes Up; Three Girls and their Brother), economics (Discover Your Inner Economist; The Myth of the Rational Voter), military (Joker One; After the War Zone), erotica (Club X; Forbidden Love), and a particular favorite, fantasy (Sword of Bedwyr and The Age of Fire series). He lives with his family in Seattle.

Genres:

Kids
Bio/Memoir
History
History
History
Classics
Mystery
Mystery
Self-Help
Classics

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Fiction

A Christmas Carol

Genre: Classics
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Angel in the Full Moon

Genre: Mystery
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Corporate Asset

Genre: Mystery
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Giant

Genre: Classics
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The Soak, from Poppleton Has Fun

Genre: Kids
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Non-Fiction

All Things Shining

Genre: Self-Help
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Lions of the West

Genre: History
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Rebels Against the Future

Genre: History
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The Nobel Prize

Genre: History
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The Orchard

Genre: Bio/Memoir
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