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BBC/Virgin Dr Who Novels (Doctors 1-8)

A range of completely new adventures based on the original TV series and featuring the first 8 Doctors and their respective companions. (Range now discontinued)



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The people of Bellania II see their sun, Bel, shrouded in night for a month following an impossible triple eclipse. When Bel is returned to them a younger, brighter, hotter star, it is the beginning of the end for the entire solar system...


100,000 years later, the Doctor and Sam arrive on Bellania IV, where the population is under threat as disaster looms -- immense gravitational and dimensional disturbances are surging through this area of space.


While the time travellers attempt to help the survivors and ease the devastation, a religious suicide-cult leader is determined to spread a new religion through Bel’s system -- and his word may prove even more dangerous than the terrible forces brought into being by the catastrophic changes in the sun...

Now out of print, last few copies




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By Trevor Baxendale


Dark Progeny

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The planet Ceres Alpha is being ‘developed’. The surface crawls with gigantic city-machines that are churning and rebuilding the world, seeding it with tomorrow’s vegetation so that full-scale colonisation can follow.

But Gaskill Tyran, head of the biosphere-engineering WorldCorp, is finding things more difficult than he would like. The whole project seems to be falling apart under an ever-increasing burden of mysteries.

Why has a batch of strange babies been born with telekinetic powers? Why won’t the terraforming go according to plan? Why are there more and more problems with the comp systems that run the city-machines?

It seems there may be conspirators. A rival Corporation with its eye on the contract for Ceres Alpha. And Tyran’s patience is now wearing thin.

But then he gets his answer. A mysterious infiltrator known only as the Doctor.

Now out of print, last few copies




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The middle of the twenty-fifth century. The Second Dalek War is drawing to an untidy close. Earth’s Office of External Operation is trying to extend its influence over the corporations that have controlled human-occupied space since man first ventured to the stars.


Agent Isabelle Defries is leading one expedition. Among her barely-controllable squad is an explosives expert who calls herself Ace. Their destination: Arcadia.


A non-technological paradise? A living laboratory for a centuries-long experiment? Fuel for a super-being? Even when Ace and Benny discover the truth, the Doctor refuses to listen to them.


Nothing is what it seems to be.


Eater of Wasps

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By Trevor Baxendale


Escape Velocity

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By Colin Brake


Gallifrey Chronicles, The

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By Lance Parkin

The Doctor’s home planet of Gallifrey has been destroyed. The Time Lords are dead, their TARDISes annihilated. The man responsible has been tracked down and lured to Earth in the year 2005, where there will be no escape. But Earth has other problems -- a mysterious signal is being received, a second moon appears in the sky, and a primordial alien menace waits to be unleashed...


The stage is set for the ultimate confrontation -- for justice to be done. The Doctor and his companions Fitz and Trix will meet their destiny. And this time, the Doctor isn’t going to be able to save everyone.



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The Doctor's rather manic attempts to refamiliarise himself with the workings of the TARDIS result in the crew finding themselves stranded on an extremely inhospitable planet, as the TARDIS sinks through the cracking ice it landed on. This is Endpoint, the last planet in a crumbled galaxy, where hairless post-humans scrape out an existence on the noxious, barely habitable surface. In their efforts to persuade someone to resurrect the TARDIS, they encounter the real power on Endpoint, a cyborg named Silver, whose enhanced capabilities and mastery of technology mean he dictates what really happens, not only in the capital city, Hope, but on the entire planet. But he is worried: there is something going on that is beyond even his control. In increasing numbers, people are being killed on the streets of Hope. As the Doctor investigates, he discovers a hidden community below the surface of Endpoint, who are desperate enough to kill...


Independence Day

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The TARDIS lands on the planet Mendeb, where Ace meets a merchant adventurer named Kedin. She falls for him, seduces him -- and then discovers him to be a slave trader. When, horrified, she tries to flee, he feeds her the will-sapping spore drug that turns independent citizens into obedient slaves, and sells her. The Doctor is on a mission to liberate the Mendeb slaves and lead them in revolt against the emperor Vathran -- but can they survive without the support of their generous employers? Meanwhile, Ace finds herself sold into the henads of Kedin's arch-enemy Vathran, where she learns the reason for Kedin's slave trading -- Vathran has imprisoned Kedin's family and is threatening to have them put to death.



Lucifer Rising

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"If I'd wanted to spend the rest of my life hoofing it around grimy spaceships for no good reason I'd have stayed in Spacefleet."


Ace is back. And she is not in a good mood.


Bernice has asked the Doctor to bring the TARDIS to the planet Lucifer, site of a scientific expedition. It's history to her: the exploration of alien artefacts on Lucifer came to an abrupt halt three centuries before she was born, and she's always wondered why.


Uncovering the answer involves the Doctor, Bernice and Ace in sabotage, murder, and the resurrection of eons-old alien powers.


Are there Angels on Lucifer? And what does it all have to do with Ace?



Pit, The

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For two weeks now it has been the same message again and again, and it’s getting stronger; death and destruction, the end of all things, Armageddon.


In an attempt to lift the Doctor out of his irritable and erratic mood, Bernice suggests he investigates the mystery of the Seven Planets — an entire planetary system that disappeared without trace several decades before Bernice was born.


One of the Seven Planets is a nameless giant, quarantined against all intruders. But when the TARDIS materialises, it becomes clear that the planet has other visitors: a hit-squad of killer androids; a trespassing scientist and his wife; and two shape-changing criminals with their team of slaves.


As riot and anarchy spread on the system’s colonised worlds, the Doctor is flung into another universe while Bernice closes in on the horror that is about to be unleashed — a horror that comes from a terrible secret in the Time Lords’ past.


Quantum Archangel, The

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In a university on planet Sweeney Earth, Paul and Arlene Cole have designed TITAN -- designed to penetrate the vortex and access the very foundations of reality. The Master, who is being pursued by the Chronivores, thinks that TITAN could be the perfect means of revenge...

Mel's old friend Anjeliqua also works at the university and the Master charms her into giving him access to TITAN. He recalibrates its settings and locates the Quantum Archimage, the power source of the Chronivores. When this energy is channeled into Anjeliqua herself, she is transformed into the Quantum Archangel, the living embodiment of the Chronivores' power source. With her new-found power, her plan is to "make things better. For everyone".

If she goes ahead, reality will begin to fracture, as conflicting realities struggle to coexist. Otherwise, when the Chronivores detect the alternate timelines, they will consume every last bit of it. Can the Doctor intervene before the universe disintegrates?

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