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Shadowmind was the sixteenth novel in the Virgin New Adventures series. It was released in 1993. It was written by Christopher Bulis, and features the Seventh Doctor, Ace and Bernice. It was Bulis's first novel; he had previously been a painter, and actually painted the cover of Shadowmind.

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Arden. A planet of hills and streams and forests. Peaceful. Friendly.

"There is no indigenous intelligent life there." "What is there then?" the Doctor said. "It's a new colony world, Doctor. We started developing it three years ago."

But there is something on Arden. Something that steals minds and memories. Something that is growing stronger. Something that can reach out to the regional stellar capital, Tairngaire — where the newest exhibit in the sculpture park is a blue box surmounted by a flashing light.

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