Doctor Who: Island of Death

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BBC Books, 2005 - Fiction - 281 pages
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Sarah Jane Smith and her friend Jamie Fitzoliver investigate a strange New Age cult. Business as usual for investigative journalists. But what is less usual is the demon-like creature the cultists worship. When the Doctor and UNIT arrive to investigate they discover a plot involving government ministers, alien narcotics, and an official cover-up. As an evil scheme develops on a remote island in the Indian Ocean, the Doctor enlists the help of the Royal Navy to investigate. But can the Doctor and his friends uncover the truth in time to avert disaster?

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Review: Doctor Who: Island of Death (Past Doctor Adventures #71)

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Barry Letts' last novel, published in 2005 just after New Who began, but taking the Third Doctor, Sarah Jane Smith and the Brigadier to investigate a strange cult based around a mind-altering drug and ... Read full review

Review: Doctor Who: Island of Death (Past Doctor Adventures #71)

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Barry Letts' last novel, published in 2005 just after New Who began, but taking the Third Doctor, Sarah Jane Smith and the Brigadier to investigate a strange cult based around a mind-altering drug and ... Read full review

About the author (2005)

Barry Letts (1925 2009) was a British actor and producer who worked on numerous television series, radio shows, and films. In 1969 he became the producer of "Doctor Who" and remained at that post until 1974. During this time he also directed several episodes, and he is now regarded as one of the most influential figures in the history of the show.

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