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Blood and Hope was the fourteenth Telos Doctor Who novella. It featured the Fifth Doctor, Peri Brown, and Erimem. It was the only Telos novella to feature a companion from Big Finish Productions' Doctor Who audio ranges and was one of only two novels to do so, the other being Instruments of Darkness. This novella was written by Iain McLaughlin, who created Erimem for The Eye of the Scorpion.

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The American Civil War... a time of great unrest, when fathers found themselves in conflict with their own sons and when lawlessness and slavery were rife. The Doctor, together with his companions Peri and Erimem, arrive in the middle of the conflict. The Doctor manages to cope in his own inimitable manner, but Peri -- an American -- and Erimem -- a dark-skinned Egyptian -- find themselves faced with all the bigotry and hatred that typified the war for some.

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  • Peri has heard the Doctor use the alias "John Smith" before.

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  • Peri and Erimem have gotten drunk together before.

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