In 2003, Telos Publishing announced a new line of Doctor Who spin-off novellas called Time Hunter. Like Telos's previous range of Doctor Who novellas, they were between 20,000-40,000 words in length: longer than a short story, but shorter than a novel.
Telos's stated aim for the series was to be "Part mystery, part detective story, part dark fantasy, part science fiction". The Doctor Who connection comes from the fact that they star time-travelling characters Honoré Lechasseur and Emily Blandish, who both originated in the 2003 Doctor Who novella The Cabinet of Light by Daniel O'Mahony.
Each novella was available in a standard paperback edition & a limited-edition hardback. 11 novellas were published over the course of 4 years before Telos suspended the range in 2007 due to lower-than-expected sales.
From 2008-2012, British company Fantom Films released a matching range of audio readings covering all 11 Time Hunter novellas, plus a "Doctor-free" adaptation of The Cabinet of Light. These audios are listed on a separate page.
|The Winning Side||Lance Parkin||paperback||Nov 2003||1-903889-35-9||4.7||None|
|The Tunnel at the End of the Light||Stefan Petrucha||paperback||Mar 2004||1-903889-37-5||4.3||None|
|The Clockwork Woman||Claire Bott||paperback||Jun 2004||1-903889-39-1||1.7||None|
|Kitsune||John Paul Catton||paperback||Oct 2004||1-903889-41-3||3.3||None|
|The Severed Man||George Mann||paperback||Dec 2004||1-903889-43-X||5.3||None|
|Echoes||Iain McLaughlin & Claire Bartlett||paperback||Apr 2005||1-903889-45-6||7||None|
|Peculiar Lives||Philip Purser-Hallard||paperback||Jun 2005||1-903889-47-2||8.7||None|
|Deus Le Volt||Jon de Burgh Miller||paperback||Dec 2005||1-903889-49-9||4||None|
|The Albino's Dancer||Dale Smith||paperback||Jun 2006||1-84583-100-4||7||None|
|The Sideways Door||R. J. Carter & Troy Riser||paperback||Jul 2006||1-84583-102-0||5.7||None|
|Child of Time||George Mann & David J. Howe||paperback||Aug 2007||978-1-84583-104-2||None||None|