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* [[John Gallagher]]
 
* [[John Gallagher]]
 
* [[Chris Hughes (The Devil Goblins from Neptune)|Chris Hughes]]
 
* [[Chris Hughes (The Devil Goblins from Neptune)|Chris Hughes]]
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* Dr [[French (The Devil Goblins from Neptune)|French]]
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
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* Yates and Benton visit a pub called the [[Rat and Parrot]].
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=== The Doctor ===
 
=== The Doctor ===
 
* The Doctor says he was a prisoner of the [[French]] at [[Salamanca (city)|Salamanca]] in [[1812]]. He also claims to have met [[Puccini]] at [[Milan]].
 
* The Doctor says he was a prisoner of the [[French]] at [[Salamanca (city)|Salamanca]] in [[1812]]. He also claims to have met [[Puccini]] at [[Milan]].
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* The Doctor drinks [[champagne]] at the [[Progressive Club]].
 
* The Doctor can speak [[Russian language|Russian]]. He also says he met [[Vladimir Lenin|Lenin]] in [[Petrograd]].
 
* The Doctor can speak [[Russian language|Russian]]. He also says he met [[Vladimir Lenin|Lenin]] in [[Petrograd]].
 
* The Doctor can perform a Time Lord rite called [[Soul Catching]]; however, he is not very good at it.
 
* The Doctor can perform a Time Lord rite called [[Soul Catching]]; however, he is not very good at it.

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The Devil Goblins from Neptune was the first novel in the BBC Past Doctor Adventures series. It was written by Keith Topping and Martin Day, released 2 June 1997 and featured the Third Doctor and Liz Shaw.

Publisher's summary

From the outer reaches of the Solar System, alien eyes are surveying the Earth. Eyes as cold and cruel as the methane ice that shrouds their distant world...

The Doctor is perturbed when a spate of deaths follows the break-up of an alien mass in the atmosphere. But this is merely the latest incident in a sinister conspiracy that threatens the entire planet, and the Doctor himself is embroiled in the plans of all the players.

The Brigadier's concern is heightened by the possibility of traitors at the very heart of UNIT. Leaving for Geneva to discover the truth, he little realises the deadly motives of an enemy agent on his own doorstep. The Doctor and Liz, meanwhile, discover that London doesn't have a monopoly on alien invasions.

What are the gargoyle-like creatures that kill without mercy? What do they want from our planet — and how do they figure in top-secret governmental plans?

As the lines between allies and enemies begin to blur, the Doctor finds himself fighting to save Earth once again. But who will he be saving it for?

Plot

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Characters

References

The Doctor

  • The Doctor says he was a prisoner of the French at Salamanca in 1812. He also claims to have met Puccini at Milan.
  • The Doctor drinks champagne at the Progressive Club.
  • The Doctor can speak Russian. He also says he met Lenin in Petrograd.
  • The Doctor can perform a Time Lord rite called Soul Catching; however, he is not very good at it.
  • As well as suppressing the Doctor's knowledge of how to repair the TARDIS, the Time Lords have also suppressed some of his specific knowledge of Earth's future history.

Individuals

United Nations Intelligence Taskforce

Notes

Continuity

Footnotes

External links

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