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The Sands of Time: The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review
The Sands of Time:  The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review A Virgin Missing Adventure featuring the 5th Doctor, Tegan, and Nyssa. This is the second time in four years I've read this book...

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Tomb of the Cybermen: The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review
Tomb of the Cybermen:  The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review Number 66 in the Doctor Who Library, this book features the 2nd Doctor, Jamie McCrimmon and Victoria Waterfield. Gerry Davis creates an incredible atmosphere of menace in his novelization of his own script...
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Touched by An Angel: The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review
Touched by An Angel:  The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review

What Jonathan Morris has created here is a very nice character study into the life of Mark Whitaker. The story starts set in 2011. Mark is pretty much anybody. He's a perfectly average guy who's just living his life and trying to cope with the death of his wife ...


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The Savages: The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review
The Savages:  The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review

I thought this was a really good story with a strong lesson or maybe even moral. I think early "Doctor Who" did sometimes try to present a story that would teach a lesson...


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The Nightmare Fair: The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review
The Nightmare Fair:  The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review

As many might know, there was an 18 month gap between "Revelation of the Daleks" and "The Trial of a Time Lord." What many might not know is that there had been a season...


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Illegal Alien: The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review
Illegal Alien:  The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review

This BBC Past Doctor Adventure, featuring the Seventh Doctor and Ace, is set somewhere after the televised story Survival and before the Virgin New Adventures story Timewyrm:  Genesis...


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Scales of Injustice: The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review
Scales of Injustice:  The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review

Well this one was just a bit of a mess, to me. Admittedly, I started this book with a little bit of bias against it. Nothing against the author;...


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Prisoner of the Daleks: The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review
Prisoner of the Daleks: The Edwardian Cricketer Book Review

In this book, the 10th Doctor is traveling alone. According to the Doctor Who Reference Guide (http://www.drwhoguide.com/who.htm#10TH) it’s set somewhere between The Next Doctor and Planet of the Dead, though they don’t give any reason for that assumption...


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