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Richards, Justin Cole, Stephen Rayner, Jacqueline Roberts, Gareth Lyons, Steve Tucker, Mike Messingham, Simon Brake, Colin Day, Martin Morris, Mark Magrs, Paul Michalowski, Mark Baxendale, Trevor Guerrier, Simon Swallow, James Smith, Dale Abnett, Dan Russell, Gary Parkin, Lance Llewelyn, David Blythe, Daniel Cooper, Christopher Llewellyn, David Minchin, Brian Smith, Oli McCormack, Una Moorcock, Michael Goss, James Finch, Paul Morris, Jonathan Mann, George Alderman, Naomi A Colgan, J. T Briggs, Nicholas Donbavand, Tommy
England 1924: the Doctor and Rose find themselves caught up in the hunt for a murderer. With faceless killers closing in, can they solve the mystery of the Clockwise Man before London itself is destroyed? This is the first of a new series of hardcovers featuring the new Doctor Who from the new TV series.
A naval cruiser is tragically--and mysteriously--sunk in the North Sea, but when the dead come back to haunt their loved ones in London, which includes Keisha's fallen brother, the Doctor and Rose must save the dead from a sinister force.
Doctor Who and Rose investigate a Welsh village where a mysterious killing has taken place and children are tormented by nightmares, and discover that, while the villagers suspect industrialist Nathaniel Morton, there may be more ancient and evil monstrosities at work.
Doctor Who and Rose arrive on the Paradise Planet of Laylora to find its perfect eco-system failing as creatures from ancient legends stalk the land, and the Doctor suspects the events are linked to a group of human explorers who have crash-landed on the planet.
The Doctor and Martha land in the Lake District in 1909, where a giant, scaly monster terrorizes the Lakes, and King Edward VII promises a knighthood to whoever finds the Beast as a battle of wits wages on, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance.
The Doctor and Martha emark on a search for a live dodo and are transported to the strange Museum of the Last Ones, where they discover billions of extinct Earth creatures, from insects to dinosaurs, alive in suspended animation, and uncover a plan to hunt down the last of the Time Lords.
Martha and the Doctor explore a large, drifting starship, the Castor, and begin to learn what overcame the crew and continues to power the vessel, in which they discover a countryside that contains a foggy village and wandering children.
The Doctor and Martha find that some ancient threat has been awakened in town during Halloween, and when the otherwise harmless trappings of the holiday begin to come to life, they must find a way to save themselves and the townspeople.
Dr. Who arrives on Tiermann's World to persuade Professor Tiermann and his family that they need to get away before the arrival of the Voracious Craw, a hungry alien creature, but their efforts to leave are hindered by their full-automated Dreamhome, which has its own opinions about who should stay and who should go.
When the TARDIS lands the Doctor and Martha in the swamps of the planet Sunday, the Doctor searches for help and discovers that the local human pioneers face various dangers, including wildlife such as otters and curious swamp creatures.
On the heels of Wilfred Mott's discovery of a new star, Doctor Who soon discovers something else new, and worryingly bright, in the heavens --something that is heading for Earth. It's an ancient force from the "Dark Times" and it is very, very angry.