Doctor Who and the Androids of Tara
 

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By:Terrance Dicks
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Edition: UK UK (paperback)
When:  April 1980
Publisher:  Target
ISBN:0-426-20108-6
Format: paperback
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On a peaceful rural planet, where the colourful pageantry of old Ruritania mingles with ultra-modern Android technology, the Doctor becomes a king-maker in spite of himself.

In his search for another segment of the Key to Time, the Doctor matches wits and swords with the evil Count Grendel — aided, of course, by Romana and the invaluable K9.

THE ANDROIDS OF TARA is a novel in the Key To Time Sequence. Read THE RIBOS OPERATION and THE STONES OF BLOOD available now.

Coming soon: THE POWER OF KROLL, THE ARMAGEDDON FACTOR

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Edition: UK UK (hardback)
When:  April 1980
Publisher:  WH Allen
ISBN:0-491-02651-X
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On a peaceful rural planet, where the colourful pageantry of old Ruritania mingles with ultra-modern Android technology, the Doctor becomes a king-maker in spite of himself.

In his search for another segment of the Key to Time the Doctor matches wits and swords with the evil Count Grendel — aided, of course, by Romana and the invaluable K9.

Terrance Dicks was born in 1935 and educated at East Ham Grammar School and Downing College, Cambridge.

After a spell in advertising the author became a full-time scriptwriter, first for radio, then television where for five years he was Script Editor of the 'Doctor Who' series. He is now a free-lance author and writes many of the highly successful 'Doctor Who' books.

Terrance Dicks lives in Hampstead, London, is married and has three children.



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