by Samuel Marks

The Fourth Doctor, Romana and K-9 encounter a vagrant Time Lord, the future of law enforcement and a dire threat to all of time and space.

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by Philip Boyes

Past, present and future collide on the desert sands as the third Doctor and Jo are caught in a web of intrigue spun by their deadliest enemy.

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by Julie Kay

This is the epic, beautiful and exciting tale of the early days of the Silurian warrior Madame Vastra. Ranging from her early travels with the Doctor to her adventures in the alleys of Victorian London, this is Vastra's story as only Julie Kay could tell it!

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by Philip Boyes

Segovax. We call it the Rock. An asteroid in the arse-end of nowhere with its belly hollowed out and filled with souls. Time was, this was a place you could earn an honest wage mining the Belt. Now the mining's gone and the corporations have made the Rock their playground. Finance capital for the sector, if you're lucky enough to be part of the club. For the rest of us, its a dark, damp warren of hopelessness and crime. I'm doing what I can about that.

The name's Flippers McKenzie, private eye. And this is the story of how one murder case case cracked the Rock right open.

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On Thu 26 Mar 2015 at 4.41am, said:
I'm a T.E. Lawrence fan and found this via mention in the TEL Society Newsletter (it took some doing). Interesting premise, but the story just seems to end in the middle. Is there more, or is it a Dr. Who thing? (Dr. Who I really know nothing about, so I'm sure I'm missing a good deal of what this fanfic represents.) Thanks in advance for any help you can give me. --Susan G

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