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Short Trips: Snapshots - A Short-Story Anthology

No. 24 of 32 in the Short Trips short story collections series
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By:Joseph Lidster (ed.)
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Released:  August 2007
Publisher:  Big Finish
Format: hardback
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Cover blurb:
A mysterious ghost haunts a hotel in India. The terrifying alien C’rizz attacks commuters in King’s Cross station. Beneath a London council estate, a creature is waiting to be born. And on a distant world, an old man trades stories with a strange time traveller.

Throughout his adventures in time and space, the Doctor meets so many people and each one is affected in some way. The waiter who keeps a special table for the Time Lord’s granddaughter, Susan. The American student who befriends lost Lucie Miller. The teenage girl who discovers that she may be something more than human.

What is it like when that strange blue box appears in your life? What is it like when your eyes are opened to so much more?

What is it like when everything changes?


  • Golem by Lizzie Hopley
  • Indian Summer by James Goss
  • All of Beyond by Helen Raynor
  • The Eyes Have It by Colin Harvey
  • The Misadventure of Mark Thorne by Andy Frankham
  • Attachments by Scott Handcock
  • There’s Something About Mary by Simon Guerrier
  • My Hero by Stuart Manning
  • Plight of the Monkrah by John Davies
  • Remain in Light by Eddie Robson
  • In Case of Emergencies by Ian Farrington
  • Puppeteer by Benjamin Adams
  • Osskah by Gary Owen
  • Piecemeal by James Swallow
  • The Report by Gary Russell
  • You Had Me at Verify User Name and Password by Stel Pavlou
  • She Knew by Nigel Fairs
  • The Glarn Strategy by Brian Dooley
  • Salva Mea by Joseph Lidster
  • The Sorrows of Vienna by Steven Savile
  • Fanboys by Paul Magrs

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