➦ Doctor Who: Illegal Alien Ebook ➬ Author Mike Tucker – Writerscompany.co.uk

Doctor Who: Illegal Alien The Blitz Is At Its Height As The Luftwaffe Bomb London, Cody McBride, Ex Pat American Private Eye, Sees A Sinister Silver Sphere Crash Land He Glimpses Something Emerging From Within The Military Dismiss His Account Of Events The Sphere Must Be A New German Secret Weapon That Has Malfunctioned In Some Way What Elsecould It Be Arriving Amid The Chaos, The Doctor And Ace Embark On A Trail That Brings Them Face To Face With Hidden Nazi Agents, And Encounter Some Very Old Enemies An Adventure Featuring The Seventh Doctor, As Played By Sylvester McCoy, And His Companion Ace


10 thoughts on “Doctor Who: Illegal Alien

  1. says:

    With the BBC deciding to publish their own Doctor Who novels from 1997, they wisely set most of the Seventh Doctor stories in between the last televised serial Survival and the highly popular Virgin New Adventures range.It really does feel like a continuation as The Doctor and Ace arrive in London during t


  2. says:

    After the last two badly written Who books this was a breath of fresh air The BBC books are far superior to the Virgin editions


  3. says:

    What a great past doctor novel.I loved that it was based in Southwark, London as I ve recently visited the place for a play last month and Jersey which is a island I love very much and have been to it twice It was interesting comparing it to the world war two Dr Who novels in Virgin New adventures Timewyrm Exodus and Just War


  4. says:

    This would have made a great TV episode, but as a book it feels a bit overly padded.Great historical setting and always good to see the Cybermen Though, the human bad guy didn t quite work for me Never really bought his motivation.A...


  5. says:

    Best Cybermen tale I ve ever read.


  6. says:

    First Doctor Who book I ve read in a while, and I really enjoyed diving back into the Doctor Who universe This one focused on the Seventh Doctor and Ace, and I really got to know the characters, as I never watched Seven s episodes It was just f...


  7. says:

    I had only read a few lines of chapter one before I was supplying the easy American drawl of a thousand private eye voice overs A minute or so later I knew that the location was London during the blitz and that a serial killer, dubbed The Limehouse Lurker, was at work in the bomb damaged streets Put that damn light out, shouts a warden a few pages later in true Dad


  8. says:

    Britain is at war Night after night the Luftwaffe are bombing London A serial killer dubbed the Limehouse Lurker is stalking the rubble strewn streets But a deadlier threat falls from the sky in the shape of a sinister silver sphereCody McBride, ex pat American private eye, sees the sphere crash land and split open and glimpses something emerging from within But the military


  9. says:

    Mullen scratched his head But There isn t a police box by The Doctor shushed him Trust me, Inspector He looked at them both, steely eyed Now, when I say run, run Just this afternoon Wednesday 31 May, 2006 I finished my re read of this Doctor Who Series book Illegal Alien Even though I don t normally like stories set in WWII England this has the bonus feature of being


  10. says:

    Poor Sylvester McCoy He and Paul McGann never got the best of circumstances to play the doctor Still, he should count himself lucky his Doctor was the subject of this adventure set in WWII era London The premise of this book is stellar during the blitzkreig, a scientist goes missing after discovering a strange egg shaped object that fell from the sky Ace and the 7th doctor have come to check ou


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