Publisher's summary Edit
But why do the gangsters want the shopkeeper dead? And what does this have to do with alien technology?
The first stages of a grand conspiracy are about to be revealed. And finding the answers will take Ann Kelso on a journey like no other.
When the TARDIS lands on an alien planet, the Doctor's intentions to show Ann Kelso an advanced future society are thrown into disarray. Because they have arrived on DrashigWorld - a park where every known species of the terrifying predators has been gathered together to entertain and thrill the public. The familiar wetland Drashigs, the albino burrowing Drashigs of the desert, and deadliest of all, the tiny Emerald Drashigs of the rain forests.
It's exactly the right circumstances in which someone might make a mistake. And on Drashigworld, mistakes are deadly.
The TARDIS lands in the grounds of Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire, in 1850. Mistaken for a medic and his maid, the Doctor and Ann are brought to meet Ada Lovelace - the mother of computing and daughter of Lord Byron - who has recently fallen ill.
But the travellers are not here by chance. Something odd is happening on Earth, and they’ve determined that this place is the centre of it.
Ann Kelso doesn’t like mysteries. Keen to investigate the trail of the Sinestrans, she sets the TARDIS on a new course... but flies into danger.
Arriving on a desolate world that the Doctor finds somehow familiar, the TARDIS crew discover that something is wrong with time. The inhabitants of an unusual complex are experimenting at the command of their enigmatic director... somebody who has quite a strong grudge against the Doctor.
Facing an old foe who was presumed dead, the travellers are soon trapped in a diabolical scheme. But is it just the tip of the iceberg?
Featured actors Edit
|8.1||The Sinestran Kill||Andrew Smith||Nicholas Briggs||16 January 2019||BFPTOMCD057|
|8.2||Planet of the Drashigs||Phil Mulryne||K9 Mark II, Drashigs|
|8.3||The Enchantress of Numbers||Simon Barnard, Paul Morris||Ada Lovelace|
|8.4||The False Guardian||Guy Adams||K9|
- All four stories of the anthology were simultaneously released separately with production codes BFPTOMCD059 - BFPTOMCD062. However, the individual releases were available only as downloads.
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