The HAVOC Files: The Laughing Gnome was an anthology of the Lethbridge-Stewart series short stories.
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Sir Alistair, Dame Anne and Brigadier Bishop have been astral projected throughout the Brigadier's timeline by the mysterious entity known only as the Laughing Gnome. Thirteen jumps, thirty-nine different adventures.
Explore nine new encounters through time in the brand new anthology, including Sir Alistair finding himself in the body of his uncle, Matthew Lethbridge-Stewart, in the 1930s; Bill Bishop witnessing a very important birth in the 1920s; and an encounter in Africa with Alistair's eldest son, Mariama Lethbridge-Stewart, in 1963!
And Dame Anne encounters the Borad in 1930s Scotland, in a new story by the creator of the BBC smash, Land Girls, Roland Moore!
Featuring stories written by some of the most popular Lethbridge-Stewart authors, including Harry Draper (Lineage, Short Trips: The Last Day at Work), Sarah Groenewegen (The Daughters of Earth), James Middleditch (Piece of Mind), and John Peel (The Life of Evans, Doctor Who: The Daleks’ Masterplan).
The stories in this book take place before Rise of the Dominator.
Based on characters created by Mervyn Haisman, Henry Lincoln and Glen McCoy.
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