We're delighted to be able to show off two new covers in the Fourth Doctor Adventures range's third series!
Doctor Who: The Fourth Doctor Adventures return from January with Tom Baker and Louise Jameson back in action as the Doctor and Leela (first seen together on TV screens in 1977).
Doctor Who: The Crooked Man by John Dorney finds the Doctor and Leela enjoying winter at the seaside. The wind blows. The waves crash. People are dying and a strange spindly figure stalks the cold, deserted streets. A typical holiday for the Doctor and Leela in other words.
When they stumble across a grotesque series of murders at the coast, the TARDIS travellers realise the local constabulary is out of its depth. Something supernatural has come to town, something evil. And it all seems to be tied in to a particular young family.
Monsters lurk behind strange doors. Tragic secrets wait to be uncovered. And somewhere, deep within, the Crooked Man sits. He is waiting for you.
It guest stars Sarah Smart (TV Doctor Who Rebel Flesh) and Neil Stuke (Reggie Perrin, Game On).
Doctor Who: The Evil One sees the Doctor and Leela coming up against the Master again, once more played by the malevolently magnificent Geoffrey Beevers, fresh from his scene-stealing turn in anniversary adventure The Light at the End. It also features Michael Keating, taking a break from playing Vila in Blake's 7.
The TARDIS lands in the cargo hold of luxury space cruiser the Moray Rose. The crew and passengers are missing. The agents of Inter-Galaxy Insurance are determined to find out what’s happened and the shadowy Interplanetary Police Inspector Efendi is showing a very particular interest.
Caught up in all this, the Doctor and Leela find themselves facing a horde of metal mantis-like aliens. But throughout it all, Leela is haunted by terrible nightmares and the dawning realization that everything she knows about her life is a lie.
You can pre-order both stories now on CD and download, or as part of a subscription.
In 2013 comedian, actor and TV knowledge-base Toby Hadoke set out to interview someone connected with every Doctor Who story recorded for TV in the show's first 50 years. In the process he assembled a wealth of conversations with many of the peopl...