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Conundrum (novel)

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Conundrum
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Doctor: Seventh Doctor
Companion(s): Ace, Benny
Main enemy: Jason
Main setting: Land of Fiction
Key crew
Publisher: Virgin Books
Writer: Steve Lyons
Release details
Release number: 22
Release date: 20 January 1994
Format: Paperback Book; 17 Chapters, 261 Pages
ISBN 0-426-20408-5
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Conundrum was the twenty-second novel in the New Adventures series. It was written by Steve Lyons, and was published by Virgin Books in 1994. It featured the Seventh Doctor, Ace and Bernice. It featured a return to the Land of Fiction, introduced twenty-six years earlier in the Season 6 Patrick Troughton television story The Mind Robber.

Publisher's summary Edit

"Doctor, we're talking about an old man who used to dress up in a skintight white jump suit and fly around New York catching super-villains. Don't you think there's something just a bit unusual about that?"

A killer is stalking the streets of the village of Arandale. The victims are found one each day, drained of blood. And if that seems strange, it's nothing compared to the town's inhabitants.

The Seventh Doctor, Ace and Bernice think they're investigating a murder mystery. But it's all much more bizarre than that. And much more dangerous.

Someone has interfered with the Doctor's past again, and he's landed in a place he knows he once destroyed. This time there can be no escape.

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Energy and radiation Edit

Games Edit

  • Whilst in prison, the Doctor plays scrabble against the Master of the Land of Fiction.

Individuals Edit

  • The Silver Fist is a super-villain who battles the White Knight.

Supposed deities Edit

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Theories and concepts Edit

  • Ace dreams of a woman in red and a door that she cannot open.
  • Bernice dreams of Ace strangling her while the Doctor watches, saying, "It's for the good of the universe".

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