Michael Phelps was a close non-Hollywood friend of David Janssen, best known for his starring role as Dr. Richard Kimble in the Q-M Productions’ “The Fugitive“, the record-breaking series on ABC Television (1963-1967). Many of David Janssen’s fans and friends inspired Phelps to write a memoir of his conversations with David over the last 15 years of his life.
The highly anticipated David Janssen: Our Conversations is now available between two Kindle titles. Volume 1, The Early Years (1965-1972), is available on the Amazon Kindle for $5.99 USD. Volume 2, The Final Years (1973-1980), is available on the Amazon Kindle for $3.99 USD.
As of January 19, 2015, both volumes of David Janssen: Our Conversations are available for purchase at Smashwords. What does this mean? It means that you can download 10% of either volume free of charge, but there’s more. Now you can also download the volumes in multiples formats! If you don’t have a Kindle, no problem. If you want an epub file for your tablet or e-reader, it’s available. Smashwords truly is an author’s best friend. Volume 1, The Early Years, can be found here. For Volume 2, The Final Years, click here.
Hardcover editions will be available by special order only.
“I didn’t feel like I was reading a book; instead, it felt like I was listening to actual conversations taking place.” – Norma Budden, author
For non-US customers, please visit your local Amazon or Createspace site to get a more reasonable shipping rate.
Phelps also co-authored David Janssen: My Fugitive with the iconic actor’s first wife, Ellie Janssen. Originally published in hardcover in December of 1994 – with paperback editions following in 1995, 1996 and 1997 – Ellie told her story of what it was like being The Fugitive’s wife.
Take a look into the tumultuous relationship between the two and read Ellie’s story which can also be purchased at Amazon.
Hardcover: $16.20 USD + $2.38 USD S/H