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Ghost Light

No. 149 of 156 in the Target novelisations series
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By:Marc Platt
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Released:  September 1990
Publisher:  Target
Format: paperback
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Note:  Also available as an audio reading.

Cover blurb:
Perivale, 1983:
A column of smoke rises from the blazing ruins of a forgotten, decaying mansion.

Perivale, 1883:
In the sleepy, rural parish of Greenford Parva, Gabriel Chase is by far the most imposing edifice. The villagers shun the grim house, but the owner, the reclusive and controversial naturalist Josiah Samuel Smith, receives occasional visitors.

The Reverend Ernest Matthews, for instance, dean of Mortarhouse College, has travelled from Oxford to refute Smith’s blasphemous theories of evolution.

And in a deserted upstairs room, the Doctor and Ace venture from the TARDIS to explore the Victorian mansion...

Who — or what — is Josiah Smith? What terrible secrets does his house conceal? And why does Ace find everything so frighteningly familiar?

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