The Adventures of Dr Who Author:Terrance Dicks Based on the television show, Dr. Who. Includes introduction by Harlan Ellison. The three novels included in this volume were originally published in Great Britain by Universal-Tandem Publishing Co., Ltd. in 1976. — Doctor Who and the Genesis of the Daleks - The war between the Thals and the Kaleds had been raging for a thousand y... more »ears. Then, suddenly, one side gained an advantage: machine creatures called Daleks, programmed to kill on command...grim weapons which would insure the annihilation of any race -- or individual -- that opposed them. And the Doctor had traveled through centuries to oppose them.
Doctor Who and the Revenge of the Cybermen - A mysterious plague had wiped out almost everyone aboard Space Beacon Nerva. The only survivors were the Beacon's commander, two of this crew, and a civilian professor. The professor was there, ostensibly, to study a new asteroid; but before long it became clear to the Doctor that the man's interest was far from scholarly. For the space fragment proved to be the remains of Voga -- a planet of gold destroyed long ago in the war against the dreaded Cybermen.
Doctor Who and the Loch Ness Monster - The recent destruction of oil rigs in the North Sea had brought Brigadier Alastair Lethbridge-Stewart to a small Scottish village on the shores of Loch Ness. But when his investigation failed to shed any light on the matter, he called for the Doctor's help -- and the Doctor uncovered the bizarre truth. The Zygons, alien beings who had been shipwrecked on Earth millennia ago, were trying to take over the planet...and the use of a cyborgized, dinosaurlike creature from their home world was only part of their diabolical plan.« less