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Judy M. (Frankiecay) - reviewed Doctor Who and the Talons of Weng-Chiang (Dr. Who, Bk 7) on
From the back cover: It's the Victorian London of Sherlock Holmes. Shrouded in the swirling mists, Doctor Who confronts diabolical horrors as he unravels the mystery surrounding the strange disappearance of several young women.
Doctor Who learns a Chinese magician, the crafty Chang, and his weird midget manikin, Mr. Sin, are mere puppets in the hands of the hideously deformed Greel, posing as the Chinese god, Weng-Chiang. It is Greel who steals the young women; it is Greel who grooms sewer rats to do his bidding-but there is even more, much more...