Bernice Summerfield, twenty-sixth century archaeologist (and one-time companion to that mysterious Time Lord known as the Doctor) returns in a new series of novels and audio adventures after being unceremoniously put out to pasture by Virgin publishing.
I can't quite find it in me to say that this anthology is anything special, but I found myself entertained nonetheless. The majority of the ten short stories in this book are worth reading - the only story I wasn't particularly impressed with was Dave Stone's 'The Door into Bedlam', which is odd as he's normally one of my favourite 'Doctor Who'/'Bernice' authors.
If you're someone who's never read a Bernice Summerfield novel before and you've got a few quid to spend and a few hours to spare, I'd say this was a decent enough introduction to the lady and her adventures. Go for it.
Oh, and welcome back Bernice - have I ever told you how much I disliked calling you Benny?