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Doctor Right

by Janet Tronstad

Treasure Creek, Alaska, has only one pediatrician: the very handsome, very eligible Dr. Alex Haven. But the former big-city doc is counting the weeks till his contract with the tiny town is up. All so he can return to Los Angeles to start a clinic in his brother's honor. Nurse Maryann Jenner is determined to keep Alex in Alaska by finding him a bride and giving him a new reason to stay. But when a little boy's life-and Maryann's hope-is jeopardized, Alex may find his own reason to stay forever.

Doctor Sax: Faust Part Three

by Jack Kerouac

In this haunting novel of intensely felt adolescence, Jack Kerouac tells the story of Jack Duluoz, a French-Canadian boy growing up, as Kerouac himself did, in the dingy factory town of Lowell, Massachusetts. Dr. Sax, with his flowing cape, slouch hat, and insinuating leer, is chief among the many ghosts and demons that populate Jack's fantasy world. Deftly mingling memory and dream, Kerouac captures the accents and texture of his boyhood in Lowell as he relates Jack's adventures with this cryptic, apocalyptic hipster phantom. "Kerouac dreams of America in the authentic rolling rhythms of a Whitman or a Thomas Wolfe, drunk with eagerness for life."

The Doctor Stories

by Richard Selzer

The definitive collection of Selzer's most loved short stories and essays, this volume also features a new novella entitled "Avalanche" and an Introduction detailing his literary beginnings.

The Doctor Takes a Wife

by Laurie Kingery

Why did the new doctor in Simpson Creek have to be a Yankee? Sarah Matthews can see that Nolan Walker is a good man-and a handsome one. But she can't return his affection. Not with so much bitterness from the war fresh in her memory. Yet when the town is struck by a deadly influenza epidemic, it's Nolan who battles to save Sarah's life. And when a shadow from the past returns, the time arrives for Sarah to decide if she's finally ready to utter the words her doctor longs to hear-"I do. "

A Doctor to Heal Her Heart

by Annie Claydon

Love when you least expect it...Sam Lockyear is certainly not the man Dr. Euan Scott thought he'd hired for his rehab clinic. Far from it-she's a woman...and an incredibly alluring one! Euan is quickly wowed by Sam and her determination to help the clinic's patients. But Sam is all work and no play. Her emotional scars leave no room in her heart for a relationship. Euan, however, isn't a man who gives up easily-and as his feelings for Sam intensify, he's definitely not giving up on her!

Doctor Who and Marco Polo

by John Lucarotti

Doctor Who and his companions arrive in 13th century Mongolia and are caught in a scheme of Marco Polo's to win his freedom from the Great Khan and return to Europe.

Doctor Who and the Armageddon Factor (Number 5 in the Doctor Who Library)

by Terrance Dicks

Some time ago, the White Guardian, one of the most powerful beings in the Cosmos, had set the Doctor an urgent task - to find and reassemble the six segments of the Key to Time. The Doctor and Romana had successfully retrieved five of the segments and now they have reached the planet Atrios in the middle of an atomic war, to search for the last, most vital piece. Sinister dangers await them in this final stage of their quest...

Doctor Who and the Auton Invasion

by Terrance Dicks

When confined by the timelords to stay on Earth without the use of his tartis, the doctor finds an invading alien force.

Doctor Who and the Aztecs

by John Lucarotti

The TARDIS materialises in Mexico during the Aztec civilisation. The Doctor and his companions step outside to discover they are inside a tomb--the tomb, it turns out, of Yetaxa, once High Priest of the Aztecs. Barbara is hailed as Yetaxa's reincarnation by Autloc, High Priest of Knowledge, and Tlotoxl, High Priest of Sacrifice, when they find her in the precincts of the tomb wearing the bracelet of the deceased Priest, now revered as a god. And she takes advantage of her position of unaccustomed power to try and dissuade the Aztecs from practising human sacrifice...

Doctor Who and the Day of the Daleks (Doctor Who, No 1)

by Terrance Dicks

Mysterious humans from 22nd century Earth 'time-jump' back into the 20th century so as to assassinate a high-ranking diplomat on whom the peace of the world depends. DOCTOR WHO, Jo Grant and the Brigadier are soon called in to investigate. Jo is accidentally transported forward to the 22nd century; the Doctor follows, eventually to be captured by his oldest and deadliest enemy -the DALEKS! Having submitted the Doctor to the fearful Mind Analysis Machine, the DALEKS plan a'timejump'attack on Earth in the 20th century!1 ... 'DOCTOR WHO, the children's own programme which adults adore...' Gerard Garrett, The Daily Sketch

Doctor Who and the Destiny of the Daleks

by Terrance Dicks

Novelization based on the T.V. Series Doctor Who.

Doctor Who and the Pyramids of Mars

by Stephen L Harris

The time traveling machine takes the doctor to a time in the past where his intervention stopped the destruction of planet earth and all living things in the universe. Set in England.None.

Doctor Who and the Revenge of the Cybermen

by Gerry Davis

This book is based on the BBC serial Dr. Who.

Doctor Who and the Space War

by Malcolm Hulke

Based on the BBC television serial Doctor Who and the Frontier in Space.

Doctor Who and the Stones of Blood

by Terrance Dicks

Chanting, hooded figures gather inside a ring of ancient stones, using rituals of blood sacrifice to awaken the sleeping evil of the Ogri. No. 59 in the Doctor Who Library.

Doctor Who and the Terror of the Autons

by Terrance Dicks

Based on the BBC television serial Doctor Who and the Terror of the Autons by Robert Holmes

Doctor Who and the Visitation

by Eric Saward

Doctor Who and his companions travel to 17th century England to foil the schemes of an alien invader.

Doctor Who: The Ark

by Paul Erickson

Doctor Who and his companions arrive on a starship at the end of Earth's existance. Will the Ark save mankind or has it a more sinister purpose?

Doctor Who: The Blood Cell

by James Goss

"Release the Doctor - or the killing will start." An asteroid in the furthest reaches of space - the most secure prison for the most dangerous of criminals. The Governor is responsible for the worst fraudsters and the cruellest murderers. So he's certainly not impressed by the arrival of the man they're calling the most dangerous criminal in the quadrant. Or, as he prefers to be known, the Doctor. What does impress the Governor is the way the new prisoner immediately sets about trying to escape. And keeps trying. Finally, he sends for the Doctor and asks him why? But the answer surprises even the Governor. And then there's the threat - unless the Governor listens to the Doctor, a lot of people will die. Who is the Doctor and what's he really doing here? Why does he want to help the Governor? And who is the young woman who comes every day to visit him, only to be turned away by the guards? When the killing finally starts, the Governor begins to get his answers...

Doctor Who: The Crawling Terror

by Mike Tucker

"Well, I doubt you'll ever see a bigger insect."Gabby Nichols is putting her son to bed when she hears her daughter cry out. 'Mummy there's a daddy longlegs in my room!' Then the screaming starts... Alan Travers is heading home from the pub when something rushes his face - a spider's web. Then something huge and deadly lumbers from the shadows... Kevin Alperton is on his way to school when he is attacked by a mosquito. A big one. Then things get dangerous.But it isn't the dead man cocooned inside a huge mass of web that worries the Doctor. It isn't the swarming, mutated insects that make him nervous. It isn't an old man's garbled memories of past dangers that intrigue him. With the village cut off from the outside world, and the insects becoming more and more dangerous, the Doctor knows that no one is safe. Not unless he can decode the strange symbols engraved on an ancient stone circle, and unravel a mystery dating back to the Second World War.

Doctor Who: The Leisure Hive

by David Fisher

Based on the BBC television serial Dr. Who.

The Doctor Who Made Her Love Again

by Susan Carlisle

Taking a chance on love...China Davis is happy. She is. So what if her family is a mess? She has careful control over her own life! Yet when new hotshot doc Payton Jenkins arrives, that control is suddenly put to the test....Payton left a successful Chicago practice the moment he recovered from cancer, desperate to live a full life. But it's soon clear that beautiful Golden Shores nurse China is hiding from even the simplest of pleasures....Can Payton show China that there's more to life...?

Doctor Who: Silhouette

by Justin Richards

"Vastra and Strax and Jenny? Oh no, we don't need to bother them. Trust me." Marlowe Hapworth is found dead in his locked study, killed by an unknown assailant. This is a case for the Great Detective, Madame Vastra. Rick Bellamy, bare-knuckle boxer, has the life drawn out of him by a figure dressed as an undertaker. This angers Strax the Sontaran. The Carnival of Curiosities, a collection of bizarre and fascinating sideshows and performers. This is where Jenny Flint looks for answers. How are these things connected? And what does Orestes Milton, rich industrialist, have to do with it all? This is where the Doctor and Clara come in. The Doctor and his friends find themselves thrust into a world where nothing and no one are what they seem. Can they unravel the truth before the most dangerous weapon ever developed is unleashed on London?

Doctor Who: The Stealers of Dreams

by Steve Lyons

In the far future, the Doctor, Rose and Captain Jack find a world on which fiction has been outlawed. A world where it's a crime to tell stories, a crime to lie, a crime to hope, and a crime to dream. But now somebody is challenging the status quo. A pirate TV station urges people to fight back. And the Doctor wants to help - until he sees how easily dreams can turn into nightmares. With one of his companions stalked by shadows and the other committed to an asylum, the Doctor is forced to admit that fiction can be dangerous after all. Though perhaps it is not as deadly as the truth... DOCTOR WHO Featuring the Doctor as played by Christopher Eckleston, together with Rose and Captain Jack as played by Billie Piper and John Barrowman in the hit series from BBC Television.

Doctor Who: Verdigris

by Paul Magrs

Jo Grant had no inkling of the ship that revolved in orbit like a discreet, preposterous thought in the mind of someone serene but bonkers. High above London and its crust of smog, stretched tall above the soapy atmosphere of the Earth, is a ship the size and exact shape of St Pancras railway station. On board, the Doctor and that mysterious lady adventuress Iris Wildthyme, are bargaining for their lives with creatures determined to infiltrate the 1970s in the guise of characters from nineteenth-century novels. Without the help of UNIT, the Doctor and his friends face the daunting task of defeating aliens, marauding robot sheep, the mysterious Children of Destiny and... the being who calls himself Verdigris. This adventure features the Third Doctor, jo, Iris Wildthyme and Tom.

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