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October 1st, 2016 6 comments

Lethbridge-Stewart Times Squared

Lethbridge-Stewart book are available to order from

When Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, his fiancee Sally Wright and nephew Owain Vine embark on a much-needed holiday in New York City, the last thing they expect to find is a puzzling mystery involving coma patients, a stranger from a distant land and a dark menace lurking in the bowels of the city’s labyrinthine subway system.

Before long, they’re battling an ancient evil pursuing a deadly campaign of terror that could bring Manhattan under its control… and the world to its knees.


Categorised under: Books, Story books


  • bryan

    October 1st, 2016 - 7:59pm

    Just to add my tuppence worth

    The books are superb both in writing (showstoppers is something you wont get anywhere else) But all of them evoke a time and place. They are not “kids” books infact some are very complicated storylining and you have to keep hold of the plots.

    They are also superb value for money, as you get a free short story that is sometimes relevant to the book that comes next, or will make more sense in the grand scheme of things later.

    Give them a go.

    • Demdike@CultLabs

      October 1st, 2016 - 11:54pm

      Thanks, bryan. I think i will.

      Are the short stories actually in the novels or an e-book extra?

    • whorules

      October 2nd, 2016 - 1:16am

      i agree about showstoppers – brilliant and unique! i really enjoyed beast of fang rock as well and was very pleasantly surprised by how much i enjoyed john peel’s grandfather infestation

  • Demdike@CultLabs

    October 1st, 2016 - 7:21pm

    Thank you for the great reply, whorules.

    You’ve definitely piqued my interest now.

  • Demdike@CultLabs

    October 1st, 2016 - 2:50pm

    Has anyone read any of these? Any thoughts? Are they of similar style to the Virgin New Adventures, BBC 8th / past Doctor novels, or the latest 9th / 10th / 11th books ?

    Or are they a beast unto themselves?

    • whorules

      October 1st, 2016 - 6:27pm

      I’ve read them all, they are very well written, probably more virgin/past doctor than the newer series novels, but i’ve enjoyed them so far. you do have to read them in the correct order though as they follow on to an extent, not so much overarching storyline but more in the character development side. i urge you to try them!

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