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Reprints are Finally Released!

Doctor Who - Father TimeWell they’re here at last!

“What’s that?” you ask like some elderly relative visiting at Christmas: “What’s here?”

The reprints of Lance Parkin’s BBC Books contributions, that’s what. Don’t tell me you’ve missed the almost constant coverage they’ve received from Ebury books and Auntie?

You have? Well that might just be because there has been no constant coverage, in fact sadly there hasn’t been any coverage at all for these books.

The only way you might have come across them is by reading about them here, seeing them on other sites  or on the Doctor Who Reprint Society.

But none of that matters now. They’re here. Go out and buy them.

Even if you’re not a Lance Parkin fan (yet) you should purchase these books to show Ebury and the BBC that we want to see more Doctor Who books. If these books don’t sell well then we won’t see any more Eighth Doctor Adventures and the poor Seventh Doctor certainly won’t have any books reprinted.

So, what are you waiting for? Get out there and get them – the Doctor Who Reprint Society shop is a good starting place!


Alasdair Shaw dabbled in Who throughout the 80s, but didn’t really get into it properly until 1989. His sense of timing has not improved over the years. He’s a third generation Who fan as well as a father of three. When not working as a lab technician or writing for Kasterborous Alasdair runs the Doctor Who Reprint Society for which he writes In Print and Dangling Threads. He’s a big fan of the Valeyard, but that’s neither here nor there. He has never worked for UNIT and is not related to Dr Liz Shaw.

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