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4.0 out of 5 stars Cream teas and zombies, 22 April 2009
This review is from: English Way of Death (Doctor Who Missing Adventures) (Paperback)
The Doctor takes Romana to London in the 1930s to return some overdue library books, but once there Romana finds traces of time technology in use. A group of elderly people from the future have established themselves in the 1930s for some reason, whilst a mysterious green gas is infiltrating London, killing people then bringing them back as zombies...

As with Roberts' previous Missing Adventure The Romance of Crime, this novel captures the essence of Season 17 from the classic series to a tee and concocts a vivd tale that put would stand up well against some of the stories from that era.
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4.0 out of 5 stars An ok story., 6 Jan 2014
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This review is from: English Way of Death (Doctor Who Missing Adventures) (Paperback)
I am not a particular fan of Gareth Robert's writing although I liked his novelization of Shada and will probably enjoy City of Death but I don't think this book is great, which is a shame because it features one of y favorite Doctor's and Companion's. Still, it's better than The Romance of Crime.
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English Way of Death (Doctor Who Missing Adventures) by Gareth Roberts (Paperback - 21 Mar 1996)
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