The Timeline For Lethbridge-Stewart Stories

We are pleased to make available to all readers, the complete reading list of Lethbridge-Stewart stories (including novels, novellas and short stories), covering everything from The Forgotten Son through to the forthcoming Lineage collection. Please note, the titles in red should not be read before Ambush and The Forgotten Son. Although set before, they contain […]

via Reading Order — Official Lethbridge-Stewart News Site

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For Lethbridge-Stewart Fans

Candy Jar Books is very pleased to announce the Kindle editions of series five. And in an amazing plot twist, The New Unusual is on Kindle before the print edition is sent out (which commences the week of May 7). A Very Private Haunting by Sharon Bidwell. Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart is not a man who likes […]

via Series 5 Arrives on Kindle — Official Lethbridge-Stewart News Site

Upcoming Lethbridge-Stewart Books

The following is a list of Lethbridge-Stewart related titles currently under way at Candy Jar Books… Lethbridge-Stewart: The New Unusual by Adrian Sherlock & Andy Frankham-Allen – Currently at printers, due for release early May. The Lucy Wilson Mysteries: Curse of the Mirror Clowns by Chris Lynch – Currently being edited, due for release late May. […]

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New Series Announced to Celebrate 50 Years of the Brigadier

Candy Jar Books is pleased to announce the forthcoming release of a new series of novels celebrating fifty years of the Brigadier! In 1968, Doctor Who viewers were introduced to the character Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart. Created by Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln for the serial, The Web of Fear, Lethbridge-Stewart returned the following year in The […]

via Anniversary Series Announced — Official Lethbridge-Stewart News Site

Wrestling Legend Bruno Sammartino Dies

It has been announced that wrestling legend Bruno Sammartino has died. There will be a link to an article below, but it doesn’t tell the story quite right. Sammartino wrestled in the promotion now known as the WWE, but during most of his active career it was called the WWWF. The promoter that he wrestled for was Vince McMahon senior the father of the current Vince McMahon. The details of his death are here: Bruno