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Deadly Reunion was the sixty-second novel in the BBC Past Doctor Adventures series. It was written by Terrance Dicks and Barry Letts, released 3 November 2003 and featured the Third Doctor and Jo Grant.

It also featured all the "UNIT family" characters of Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, Mike Yates and John Benton. The Master also appeared, setting this story firmly in the early period of the Doctor's exile on Earth. This novel significantly expanded on Lethbridge-Stewart's early life and was written by two writers who worked on Doctor Who during the period in which this novel is set.

Publisher's summary[]

"With one glance he will destroy your body and wither your soul."

Second Lieutenant Lethbridge-Stewart gets more than he bargained for when he is assigned to map out Greek islands at the end of the Second World War. Even if he lives to tell the tale, will he remember it?

Years later, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart and his colleagues at UNIT investigate a spate of unexplained deaths and murders. Meanwhile, the Third Doctor and Jo are caught up in strange events in the small English village of Hob's Haven.

As preparations get underway for a massive pop concert, a sinister cult prepares for a day of reckoning — business as usual for UNIT. But can the Brigadier help prevent the end of the world? His friends and colleagues are not so sure, because this time, the Brigadier has fallen in love...


Part one[]

Second Lieutenant Lethbridge-Stewart is assigned to map out Greek islands at the end of the Second World War. During his trips, he meets Mrs Demeter and her "grandchildren". After falling madly in love with Persephone, he is caught up in an ancient quarrel. When Persephone is kidnapped, Lethbridge-Stewart must go to places beyond his imagination.

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Part two[]

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  • A music festival was held in the town of Hob's Haven, which was near Little Gittings.

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