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The ''[[Brief Encounter]]'' short story published in ''[[Doctor Who Magazine]]'' [[DWM 171|171]] was '''untitled'''. The story is highly unusual for a ''Brief Encounter'' in its introduction of a new character. The ''Brief Encounter'' series usually concentrated on offering readers insights into existing characters.
 
The ''[[Brief Encounter]]'' short story published in ''[[Doctor Who Magazine]]'' [[DWM 171|171]] was '''untitled'''. The story is highly unusual for a ''Brief Encounter'' in its introduction of a new character. The ''Brief Encounter'' series usually concentrated on offering readers insights into existing characters.
   

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The Brief Encounter short story published in Doctor Who Magazine 171 was untitled. The story is highly unusual for a Brief Encounter in its introduction of a new character. The Brief Encounter series usually concentrated on offering readers insights into existing characters.

Summary

Renegade Time Lord and Designer Berenyi arranges the assassination of John F. Kennedy in 1963 Dallas.

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Notes

  • This story and the novel Who Killed Kennedy both go into the origins and people behind the Kennedy assassination. However, the stories only lightly contradict one another: this tale delves into Berenyi attempting to formulate the incident, whilst Who Killed Kennedy features the Master trying to stop it.

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