Time Hunter was a Doctor Who spin-off. It was a series of novellas published by Telos Publishing that featured Honoré Lechasseur and Emily Blandish, who first appeared in the novella The Cabinet of Light. The books were published between 2003 and 2007.
The entries in the series varied significantly in genre, featuring horror and mysticism in equal measure with diverse science-fiction and noir fiction tropes. While never explicitly connected, the series' tone and ideas regarding magic and ritualism mirrored those of the post-War universe of the later BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures and the Faction Paradox comics.
Audio adaptations of the Time Hunter novellas have been produced and released through Fantom Films. The "pilot" novella, The Cabinet of Light, was rebranded as part of the Time Hunter series for the audios, and the publisher's numbering system reflects this.
In February 2020, the entire series was re-issued (including The Cabinet of Light, edited slightly to remove direct links to Doctor Who elements) and made available directly from Amazon.
|0||The Cabinet of Light||Daniel O'Mahony||10 July 2003|
|1||The Winning Side||Lance Parkin||20 November 2003|
|2||The Tunnel at the End of the Light||Stefan Petrucha||28 April 2004|
|3||The Clockwork Woman||Claire Bott||14 June 2004|
|4||Kitsune||John Paul Catton||September 2004|
|5||The Severed Man||George Mann||December 2004|
|6||Echoes||Iain McLaughlin, Claire Bartlett||March 2005|
|7||Peculiar Lives||Philip Purser-Hallard||July 2005|
|8||Deus Le Volt||Jon de Burgh Miller||December 2005|
|9||The Albino's Dancer||Dale Smith||April 2006|
|10||The Sideways Door||R.J. Carter, Troy Riser||August 2006|
|11||Child of Time||George Mann, David J. Howe||August 2007|
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