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Dark Shadows: Speak No Evil.

September 21, 2012 | By | Reply More
Dark Shadows: Speak No Evil.

Tad Collins is a bad lot, a womaniser and a drunk. Still, he’s had a rough life with the strange family of Collins who occupy the big house at Collinsport. Tad Collins is a lonely and bitter man and the chance encounter with a beautiful tattooed lady at the carnival leads on to yet another […]

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Doctor Who: The Oseidon Adventure by Alan Barnes.

August 30, 2012 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: The Oseidon Adventure by Alan Barnes.

At the end of ‘The Trail Of The White Worm’, the Doctor and Leela were in dire straits. The Master had them under his control and something nasty was about to come through the wormhole. As ‘The Oseidon Adventure’ opens, we are faced with a massive Kraal invasion force, an android army and a seemingly […]

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Doctor Who: Lost Stories: Guardians Of The Prophecy by Johnny Byrne and Jonathan Morris.

August 30, 2012 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Lost Stories: Guardians Of The Prophecy by Johnny Byrne and Jonathan Morris.

Temporal distortion means a forced landing on a planet called Serenity. The Sixth Doctor knows this place because it’s the only remaining planet in the Traken Union. His previous companion, Nyssa of Traken, saw her planet destroyed thanks to the Master’s meddling and although the Sixth Doctor is reluctant to discuss this with Peri, we […]

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Dark Shadows: Poisoned Soul by James Goss

August 30, 2012 | By | Reply More
Dark Shadows: Poisoned Soul by James Goss

‘Poisoned Soul’ Charity Trask is not herself. She’s being haunted by musical hall singer Patsy Faye. It’s not a marriage made in heaven. Poor Charity, she’s had a rotten life. He father, the overtly Godly Reverend Gregory Trask, has already tried to ruin her life and she is unlucky in love with various relationships in […]

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Dark Shadows: London’s Burning by Joseph Lidster,

August 30, 2012 | By | Reply More
Dark Shadows: London’s Burning by Joseph Lidster,

A nightmare for many, the Blitz is a welcome respite for his thoughts. Quentin Collins knows that ‘London’s Burning’ but his dark nature finds the perfect spot among the blackouts of the city. First, a werewolf, he had that curse lifted but is condemned to immortality by a magical painting. He has many a bitter […]

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Charlotte Markham And The House Of Darkling by Michael Boccacino.

August 30, 2012 | By | Reply More
Charlotte Markham And The House Of Darkling by Michael Boccacino.

Charlotte’s a governess to two bereaved children and in ‘Charlotte Markham And The House Of Darkling’, she must come to terms with her attraction to her employer, the widower Henry Darrow. Poor Charlotte has suffered her own losses and seems to live in a twilight world, dream-like world where she clutches at stolen moments with […]

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Doctor Who: Protect And Survive by Jonathan Morris.

August 30, 2012 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Protect And Survive by Jonathan Morris.

The TARDIS is alarmed, so are Ace and Hex in ‘Protect And Survive’. Ace, 20th century fighting girl with her backpack of Geli and an attitude as explosive, just can’t cope with the fact that the Doctor has abandoned them. Hex is half-way there, a troubled man since the revelation about the Doctor’s part in […]

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