Operation H.A.T.E.
 

No. 8 of 16 in the Miscellaneous original novels series
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By:Richard Franklin
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Note:
  • An audio reading was also announced for release in late 2012, but was ultimately cancelled.
  • This novella had its origins in the 2002 CD release The Killing Stone which was originally pitched to BBC Books as a Past Doctor novel, but never published. From that original proposal, the text was substantially reworked to remove all Doctor Who references but also add new material.
  • Publisher's description as follows:
    A fantasy adventure novella from the pen of Richard Franklin, better known as Captain Yates from BBC's Doctor Who.
    The reader is whisked from the thundering hooves of horses riding-out over the North Yorkshire moors at Middleham, to the beating of the drums of death in the dark recesses of a cellar in Marrakech on the edge of the Sahara Desert. In spite of his courage and resourcefulness is this the very last appearance of Captain M or is his life in action about to restart — with a vengeance?

Cover image for Operation H.A.T.E.
Edition: UK (hardback)
Released:  October 2012
Publisher:  Fantom Films
ISBN:978-1-78196-016-5
Format: hardback
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Note:  Limited to 200 signed & numbered copies.

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Edition: UK (paperback)
Released:  March 2013 (Exact date unconfirmed)
Publisher:  Fantom Publishing
ISBN:978-1-78196-092-9
Format: paperback
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Cover blurb:
FROM THE MOORS OF NORTH YORKSHIRE TO THE DARKEST RECESSES OF THE SAHARA DESERT, CAPTAIN M IS UNWITTINGLY EMBROILED IN ONE FINAL, LIFE-THREATENING ADVENTURE...


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