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Publisher's Summary

Five exciting novelisations of classic TV stories in which the Doctor and his companions encounter a colourful assortment of aliens. 

In Doctor Who: The Mind of Evil', the renegade Time Lord masquerades as eminent scientist Emil Keller, operator of a deadly parasitical machine.

In 'Doctor Who and the Claws of Axos', golden aliens arrive on Earth and offer the hand of friendship - but why is the Master on board their spaceship?

In 'Doctor Who: The King's Demons', it's 1215, and the Doctor arrives in the presence of royalty - but King John is not all as he seems.

In 'Doctor Who: The Five Doctors', past incarnations of the Doctor are kidnapped - and the Master is sent to rescue them!

In 'Doctor Who: Survival', something is killing the domestic cats of Perivale, and the Doctor steps into a well-prepared trap.

Richard Franklin, Mark Strickson, Jon Culshaw and Lisa Bowerman read these classic tales, originally published as Target Books paperbacks.

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  • 01-10-21


Absolutely loved it. Great to hear so much more in The King’s Demons than what we got on screen.
Jon Culshaw is fantastic.