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Something Changed was the seventh Big Finish Bernice Summerfield story anthology. It was edited by Simon Guerrier.

Publisher's summary[]

Everybody dies.

There's a fresh grave on planetoid KS-159, but only Bernice Summerfield seems to have noticed. Her friends on the Braxiatel Collection are too busy with their own affairs to see how distraught she is, how keenly she feels this loss.

There's no time to grieve. Life must carry on, different and strange as it may be. Benny has a son and a bloke to look after, and a feud with Bev Tarrant to keep up. And she's also got dumped with a new assignment, babysitting some daft experiment.

Doggles claims his "history machine" will change everything. And the worst thing is that he's right.


Title Author Featuring
Inappropriate Laughter Simon Guerrier
Siege Mentality James Swallow
Dead Mice Joseph Lidster
Acts of Senseless Devotion Pete Kempshall
Walking Backwards for Christmas Ben Aaronovitch
Match of the Deity Eddie Robson
Night of the Living Martian John Isles
The God Gene Ben Woodhams
Writing in Green Dave Hoskin
Showing Initiative David Cromarty
A Murderous Desire Ian Farrington
Back and There Again Dave Stone
One of My Turns Sin Deniz
The Ice Garden Jonathan Clements
Family Man Ian Mond
After Life Simon Guerrier


  • Most of the stories in this anthology take place in altered timelines created by Doggles' "history machine"; these timelines are (mostly) erased when things are returned to normal by Braxiatel.

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