I’ve just finished the Lethbridge-Stewart story Moon Blink. And I have to say that it is a good story. It’s written by Sadie Miller, the daughter of the late actress Elisabeth Sladen who did fine work as Sarah Jane Smith in both Doctor Who and The Sarah Jane Adventures. But back to Moon Blink. The story so reminded me of the Unit stories of the John Pertwee era of Doctor Who. An amazing achievement, considering that those stories were broadcast before Sadie Miller was born. But I realized also that this story gave me a new insight into the character of Lethbridge-Stewart. It showed that beneath the by the book military man, there is an openness to new ideas. It is that the openness that enabled the brigadier to lead UNIT and work with the Doctor. Overall, I would say that Lethbridge-Stewart: Moon Blink is well worth the read.
Candy Jar Books is pleased to announce its latest volume of The HAVOC Files, collecting short stories from early 2017 (in print for the first time) and brand new exclusive material! The HAVOC Files 4 contains three short stories only previously available in digital format and released early 2017: United in Blood by Mark Jones; […]
Candy Jar Books is pleased to announce the second free Lethbridge-Stewart short story of 2017. Hot on the heels of last month’s United in Blood, comes a brand new story from Nick Walters, The Runway Bomb! Nick Walters is no stranger to the worlds of Doctor Who, having written for BBC Books in the 1990s, […]
Candy Jar Books is pleased to announce the second book in the fourth series of Lethbridge-Stewart novels, following on from May’s Night of the Intelligence. The Daughters of Earth, due out late June, sees Lethbridge-Stewart’s fiancee, Sally, take a more central role in the story, in what will prove to be something of a game-changer […]