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Lethbridge-Stewart Novels and Audios

The Great Intelligence has been defeated. And Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart’s world has changed.

For Colonel Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart his life in the Scots Guards was straightforward enough; rising in the ranks through nineteen years of military service. But then his regiment was assigned to help combat the Yeti incursion in London, the robotic soldiers of an alien entity known as the Great Intelligence. For Lethbridge-Stewart, life would never be the same again. 

A brand-new series of novels set just after the Doctor Who serial The Web of Fear, featuring the characters and concepts created by Mervyn Haisman & Henry Lincoln.



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Lethbridge-Stewart Audio Reading: Mutually Assured Domination

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Read by Terry Molloy


The late ‘60s. Global power balances are shifting and the peace movement, preoccupied with the Vietnam War after the Tet offensive, has perhaps taken its eye off the nuclear ball.


Certain ‘outside interests’ take advantage of this situation and soon the world is poised on the brink of nuclear armageddon.


It’s up to Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart and uneasy ally journalist Harold Chorley to fight the forces of darkness and save the day.


Featuring the return of the Dominators and their weapons of mass destruction, the Quarks!


Lethbridge-Stewart: Lineage - An Anthology

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The Lethbridge-Stewart name carries with it stories of integrity, honour and courage. But was it always so?


From its earliest origins with the Clan Stewart in Scotland, and the Lethbridges in Devon, England, the name has a storied past. Historical figures, history makers, miitary heroes…


Lineage presents seven brand-new tales from some of the most popular authors preciously published in The HAVOC Files collection, as well as one from the creative mind of writer and film maker Chris Lynch.


The Soothsayer by Richard Dinnick

William Stewart and Mary Lethbridge discover that a mysterious stranger is intent on stopping their wedding and diverting the course of history – at any cost! [Set in 1603]


The Bone Merchants by Andrew Allen

On the blood-soaked battlefield of Waterloo, Fergus Lethbridge-Stewart is a man of integrity and reason, not given to sharing the superstitions of his men - until he witnesses unearthly lights and the screams of the dead. [Set in 1815]


As the Son Falls by Wink Taylor

Young idealistic teacher Percy Lethbridge was born into a well-regarded and much-honoured family, but soon learns the true horror that comes with failing the family name. [Set in 1890]


Paperman by Harry Draper

Thirteen-year-old Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart and his mother seem to have moved on from their past - only to be haunted by their future. [Set in 1943]


Inheritance by Gareth Madgwick

Matthew Lethbridge-Stewart finds more than he bargained for when he claims the ancestral home in Scotland. [Set in 1971]


Acceptance, and then Understanding by Andy Frankham-Allen

Conall Wilson knows his grandfather, Sir Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart, hasnt long left, and so wants to give him the best possible Christmas gift he can. [Set in 2011]


The Arcade of Doom by Chris Lynch

While visiting a local arcade Lucy and Hobo stumble upon a monster from the classic era of Doctor Who. [Set in 2018]



Whats Past is Prologue/The Note by David A McIntee/Andy Frankham-Allen

A shameful family secret is brought to the surface. [Set in 1917 and 1945]


Based on characters created and inspired by Mervyn Haisman & Henry Lincoln.

With a foreword by Richard Dinnick.



Lethbridge-Stewart: Quiz Book

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Mark Jones, author of the recent Lethbridge-Stewart free story United in Blood, says: “When Candy Jar asked me to compile The Lethbridge-Stewart Quiz Book I couldn’t wait to get started. The Brigadier is a character that meant a great deal to me and it gave me the chance to watch the UNIT stories over again.”


Like the classic Doctor Who Quiz Books of the 1980s, The Lethbridge-Stewart Quiz Book features over 750 questions on the UNIT era of Doctor Who and beyond. For instance:


• In the television story The Time Monster what was TOMTIT?

• Who is attempting to penetrate the Earth’s crust in Inferno?

• What relation is James Lethbridge-Stewart to the Brigadier?

• What does UNIT stand for?


Shaun Russell, head of publishing at Candy Jar, is excited about the book. “I remember a trip to Lyme Regis as a boy where I found a copy of the first Doctor Who Quiz Book. For some reason my local WHSmith did not have this book, which made the discovery even more exciting. I don’t think my sister appreciated it though. Asking me questions on the beach about Doctor Who was not her idea of fun.”


Mark is revisiting this classic formula, with twelve separate sections dedicated to the adventures of Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart. He says: “There’s something for everyone and it’s a book that will provide hours of entertainment and a challenge to the old grey matter. It’s a book for dipping into whenever you feel like challenging yourself or your friends – hopefully without too many arguments.”



Lethbridge-Stewart Short Story Collection Volume 2

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The Lethbridge-Stewart Short Story collection is back showcasing the best talent from the South Wales Short Story Competition.


The Lethbridge-Stewart Short Story Collection features nine exclusive short stories featuring Lethbridge-Stewart at various stages in his life. This is a chance for fans to see the Brigadier like they’ve never seen him before!


The winning story, Gone Fishin’, is written by Megan Fizell and headlines the collection beside eight runners-up.


The eight runners-up are:

Day Trip by Alan Darlington

Marooned at Teatime by Ryan Fogarty

Give Me Five Minutes by Mike Warrick

The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea by James Connarty

The Eye of the Beholder by Gary J Mack

Summertime Blue by Alexander Whittam

The Mystery of the Locked Room by Beau Waddell

Nightmare at Lavender Lawns by Bedwyr Gullidge


Fully licensed by the Haisman estate, and featuring concepts and characters created by Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln, the Lethbridge-Stewart Short Story Collection is a must for fans new and old.


Lethbridge-Stewart Special Edition: The Brigadier Declassified

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The Brigadier: Declassified is a collation of the Brig’s television adventures over the years, establishing the definitive chronology of the character for the first time. Put together by Simon A Forward, a Doctor Who writer for over two decades, the piece takes its place alongside a raft of pieces by established Doctor Who names, not least an exclusive interview with John Levene, who played the Brig’s long-time sidekick John Benton, giving a rare behind the scenes look at the experience of shooting Doctor Who’s golden era.


Other contributors include Darran Jordan, Philip Clarke, and a host of names still to be announced. Between them, they explore topics including the Doctor’s relationship with the Brig (and vice versa), the life of Nicholas Courtney (through thirteen objects of personal significance), as well as tackling the thorny question of whether or not the Brigadier counts as an official companion. With a comprehensive approach encompassing all BBC, Big Finish and Candy Jar media, the book looks set to become the definitive reference for this staple of the Doctor Who universe for years to come.


Lethbridge-Stewart The Havoc Files 2: Special Edition

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Ghosts in Cornwall, zombies in Australia, aliens at Wembley, trouble in Egypt, a siege on the Kent coast, and an investigation into the strange goings on in a small house in Mevagissey, which sees Lethbridge-Stewart and Anne Travers cut down to size. And, much later, the ashes from a destroyed Earth fall on Lethbridge-Stewart and his family.


Just a few things our heroes have to face in this volume of collected short stories.


This new revised version of HAVOC Files 2 contains the original six short stories, plus a new version of Ashes of the Inferno, and two new stories exclusively published in print for the first time.


'Piece of Mind' by James Middleditch. Lethbridge-Stewart and Sally are sent on a retreat. One with a difference.


'Vampires of the Night' by Chris Thomas. World War II and Professor Travers is called in to help with a deadly experiment on British soldiers.




'Vampires of the Night' by Chris Thomas BRAND NEW STORY!

'In His Kiss' by Sue Hampton

'House of Giants' by Rick Cross

'The Black Eggs of Khufu' by Tom Dexter

'The Band of Evil' by Roger J Simmonds & Shaun Russell (updated version of the story)

'The Playing Dead' by Adrian Sherlock (updated version of the story)

'Ashes of the Inferno' by Andy Frankham-Allen (new version of the story)

'The Lock-In' by Sarah Groenewegen BEM

'Piece of Mind' by James Middleditch BRAND NEW STORY!




'Schädengeists Lot' by Jonathan Cooper (previously unpublished interludes from The Showstoppers)

'Exodus from Venus' by John Peel (original prologue from The Grandfather Infestation)


Lethbridge-Stewart: The Laughing Gnome 6:3A An Anthology

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Sir Alistair, Dame Anne and Brigadier Bishop have been astral projected throughout the Brigadier’s timeline by the mysterious entity known only as the Laughing Gnome. Thirteen jumps, thirty-nine different adventures.


Explore eight new encounters through time in the brand new anthology, including Sir Alistair finding himself in the body of his uncle, Matthew Lethbridge-Stewart, in the 1930s; uncovering a Silurian relic in the 1980s; and an encounter in Africa with his eldest son, Mariama Lethbridge-Stewart, in 1963! And Dame Anne encounters the Borad in 1930s Scotland, in a new story by the creator of the BBC smash, Land Girls, Roland Moore!


Featuring stories written by some of the most popular Lethbridge-Stewart authors, including Harry Draper (Lineage, Short Trips: The Last Day at Work), Sarah Groenewegen (The Daughters of Earth), James Middleditch (Piece of Mind), and John Peel (The Life of Evans, Doctor Who: The Daleks’ Masterplan).


The Lucy Wilson Mysteries: Avatars of the Intelligence

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Lucy Wilson doesn't want to move from London to sleepy South Wales. But when she arrives at her new seaside home, it doesn't appear to be as boring as she expected.


Ogmore-by-Sea seems to be under the control of a mysterious and powerful force. But why is Lucy its target? And why, when students at her new school start to disappear, does no one seem to care?


With the help of her new friend Hobo, Lucy Wilson must assume the mantle of her grandfather, the legendary Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, and defeat an invisible enemy before it's too late.


The Lucy Wilson Mysteries is a Lethbridge-Stewart spin-off adventure and featured licensed characters created for Doctor Who by Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln.


The Lucy Wilson Mysteries: The Bandril Invasion

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Billy Bandril is the TV sensation sweeping the nation! The hilarious antics of this anarchic puppet have kids and their parents waiting all week for another episode of mayhem.


Fresh from her latest adventure, Lucy Wilson could use some time relaxing in front of the box. But Hobo isn’t too sure... There’s something sinister about Billy and his influence over the viewing public.


When Lucy finds herself live on air with Billy, it’s up to Hobo to interrupt the broadcast, before the curtains close... forever.


The Lucy Wilson Mysteries is a Lethbridge-Stewart spin-off adventure and featured licensed characters created for Doctor Who by Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln.


The Lucy Wilson Mysteries: The Brigadier and the Bledoe Cadets

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Lucy Wilson has lost her best friend! Normally this would cause her great distress, but when Hobo’s body is hijacked by her Grandad, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, Lucy is over the moon.


Soon they find themselves hurtling back in time, where in 1937 the young Brigadier and his brother James find themselves face-to-face with smugglers.


What connects 1937 and 2018? Lucy Wilson and Brigadier are about to find out, as they join the Bledoe Cadets in solving the mystery at Redgate Smithy, especially when the price will be high for at least one of the Cadets!


But for Lucy and her Grandad, it is a chance to understand what truly binds them together, what it is to be a Lethbridge-Stewart!


The Lucy Wilson Mysteries: The Curse of the Mirror Clowns

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The circus is coming to town – and it may never leave.


Lucy Wilson is just about getting used to life in Ogmore-by-Sea. School, homework, friends, and the occasional alien... It’s not easy being the new girl in town but, with the help of her steadfast companion Hobo, she’s making it work.


But when a mysterious circus opens for one night only, the town suddenly finds itself overrun with invisible clowns and the gang are faced with their biggest mystery yet – the disappearance of Lucy Wilson herself.


Thankfully, they’ve got help – a mysterious stranger from another world with a special box that moves in time and space.


The Lucy Wilson Mysteries is a Lethbridge-Stewart spin-off adventure and featured licensed characters created for Doctor Who by Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln.


The Lucy Wilson Mysteries: The Midnight People

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Monknash was once home to a band of smugglers, but it is now dull and boring. Except to Greg Morton, who’s absolutely terrified something unimaginable has happened to everyone in the village. He telephones his friend, Hobo, to ask for help.


When Hobo and Lucy arrive, they discover that something odd is definitely going on – but what? People seem joyless and dull, showing no emotions at all.


Even Greg, who now insists that he was joking, seems very different.


Why are people walking toward the cliffs at the stroke of midnight? Who is the lady in the wheelchair? What are the villagers trying to protect in the caves? And why can't the local policeman see anything strange?


Can Lucy and Hobo take on an entire village by themselves?


The Lucy Wilson Mysteries is a Lethbridge-Stewart spin-off adventure.


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