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Sleeping Murder

By:EDL Foster, Invercargill, New Zealand
Date:Sunday 28 July 2002
Rating:   9

Quite basically, this is McCoy...but not as you know him.
Forget the recent American news documentary on the Ripper unmasking by acclaimed crime novelist, Patricia Cornwell, this book explores and uncovers the true story behind the most notorious (and mysterious) serial killer in known history.
It's also a kind of sequel to a documented scandalous legal trial on Gallifrey, which has the Doctor fighting his most dangerous foe, imaginable...

Himself.



excellent

By:wow, london
Date:Wednesday 13 October 2004
Rating:   10

Robert perry and mike tucker have written a fantastic book , I won't spoil it for you but I will simply tell you it is a must read for every fan of exciting and dark scary doctor who stories.The writng is descrptive , gripping and explosive . It features a great villan ( a must for doctor who ). It has the 7th doctor and ace down perfectly . Its marvellosly macabre feeling ensures that you will not be able to put this book down . Is it getting chilly in here .



Terrifingly Addictive

By:Heather, Northern Ireland
Date:Monday 22 September 2008
Rating:   10

A totally addictive novel. When I say, "I couldn't put it down," I mean I actually didn't stop reading until I was finished. With so many twists and turns in the facinating plot, and the continuation from the tv series, it makes for fantastic reading! A++++!



The Ultimate Nightmare?

By:kieren, kidderminster
Date:Friday 27 March 2009
Rating:   10

In a very similar style to 'Illegal Alien', I like this a lot for it really plays with some of the stuff from The Ultimate Foe and does it excellently. It grips (or is that rips?) you and you don't put that book down till you've finished. It is dark, violent, surreal and dramatic which is what it should be anyway.



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