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Stephen Cole, who has also published work under the pseudonyms Michael Collier[1] Tara Samms, Andrew Miller and Paul Grice (born 1 January 1971[2]) is an author of science fiction and children's novels. He was in charge of merchandising at BBC Enterprises between 1997 and 1999, deciding which stories should be released on video. He was also range editor of BBC Past Doctor Adventures and the BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures, for which he commissioned Lawrence Miles's Alien Bodies.

He wrote the script for the home video Ian Chesterton: An Introduction.

He is perhaps most famous for his book series Astrosaurs. More recently, he succeeded Charlie Higson as the author of the James Bond spin-off book series, Young Bond, on which he is credited as Steve Cole.

He also contributed to the charity reference book Behind the Sofa: Celebrity Memories of Doctor Who.

Not to be confused with the Canadian author of the same name.

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BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures[edit | edit source]

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BBC New Series Adventures[edit | edit source]

The Darksmith Legacy[edit | edit source]

Time Lord Victorious[edit | edit source]

Big Finish Bernice Summerfield novels[edit | edit source]

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Iris Wildthyme[edit | edit source]

Doctor Who Files[edit | edit source]

The Target Storybook[edit | edit source]

Star Tales[edit | edit source]

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Big Finish Bernice Summerfield series[edit | edit source]

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The Sarah Jane Adventures audio books[edit | edit source]

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Doctor Who: Battles in Time[edit | edit source]

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Telos Doctor Who novellas[edit | edit source]

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As Michael Collier[edit | edit source]

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BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures[edit | edit source]

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  1. @SteveColeBooks. Twitter (5 October 2016). Retrieved on 5 October 2016. “BBC Books boss insisted I had to write under pseudonym; Mike lent his name, old uni friend, now journo & novelist in Latvia”
  2. People Pill

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