Beige Planet MarsLance Parkin, Mark Clapham
Benny arrives on Mars for the 50th anniversary of the battle that saved the planet during the Galactic Wars. When the old man in the next room dies Benny begins an investigation. The key seems to lie 50 years in the past with the treachery of one woman, but Benny finds danger much closer to home.
Mark Clapham has been writing professionally for 15 years, which probably counts as a career. He has written novels for the Warhammer 40,000 and Doctor Who book ranges, and lots of other things that you can find out about at the modestly named www.markclapham.com. He lives in Exeter with his wife, the writer Mags L. Halliday, and his daughter, but prefers to vacation in Raccoon City.
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Doctor Who: The New Adventures - NA :: Series
The Virgin Bernice Summerfield New Adventures were a series of novels that featured Bernice Summerfield and her \"supporting cast\" and published by Virgin Books following the loss of the license that allowed them to publish an original series of novels, the New Adventures series, which could legally use characters and concepts derived from Doctor Who. Though most featured Bernice herself, two, Deadfall and Dead Romance, centered on other characters.
The series began in in May 1997 and ended in October 1999. Big Finish Productions would later obtain the license to these characters for their own line of audios, novels and short fiction featuring Benny and her supporting cast.
The book series initially used the same cover designs as that for the later Doctor Who NA books, except with a newly commissioned New Adventures logo. A new cover design was introduced with Another Girl, Another Planet which removed the NA identifier from the front cover and introduced a new title-lettering style.
Belongs to the series Doctor Who