Books

Doctor Who: Corpse Marker

Chris Boucher (and others)

An unabridged reading of an original adventure featuring the Fourth Doctor, as played by Tom Baker, and his companion Leela.

The Doctor and Leela arrive on the planet Kaldor, where they find a society dependent on benign and obedient robots. But they have faced these robots before, on a huge Sandminer in the Kaldor desert, and know they are not always harmless servants…

The only other people who know the truth are the three survivors from that Sandminer – and now they are being picked off one by one. The twisted genius behind that massacre is dead, but someone is developing a new, deadlier breed of robots. This time, unless the Doctor and Leela can stop them, they really will destroy the world…

Doctor Who: Corpse Marker

Chris Boucher

The Doctor and Leela arrive on the planet Kaldor, where they find a society dependent on benign and obedient robots. But they have faced these robots before, on a huge Sandminer in the Kaldor desert, and know they are not always harmless servants…

The only other people who know the truth are the three survivors from that Sandminer – and now they are being picked off one by one. The twisted genius behind that massacre is dead, but someone is developing a new, deadlier breed of robots. This time, unless the Doctor and Leela can stop them, they really will destroy the world…

An adventure featuring the Fourth Doctor, as played by Tom Baker, and his companion Leela

Biography

Chris Boucher is a respected writer of both novels and television drama. He wrote three highly popular Doctor Who scripts for Tom Baker's Fourth incarnation of the Doctor - The Face of Evil, The Robots of Death, and Image of the Fendahl. He continued to explore the Doctor's developing relationship with Leela in his novels for BBC Books.
Chris is also well known to genre experts as the Script Editor of every episode of the original TV run of Blake's 7, and wrote many of the most popular episodes of that series. As well as working on BBC drama sries like Bergerac, he also created Star Cops.