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Mistaken Identity (short story)

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Mistaken Identity
Mistaken Identity
Main character(s): Gustave Lytton
Main setting: East London, 1984
Key crew
Writer: Gary Russell
Illustrator: Tim Keable
Release details
Printed in: Doctor Who Magazine 176
Release date: 11 July 1991
Cover date: 7 August 1991
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Mistaken Identity was a Brief Encounter short story published in Doctor Who Magazine 176.

Summary Edit

Gustave Lytton arrives at a pub close to Walford Station in East London to meet a potential new employee named Joe Payne. While waiting, he notices that the barman bears a strong resemblance to Kiston and can't help wondering if it is him. Payne fails to arrive and Lytton, satisfied that the barman is not Kiston after all, leaves the pub and heads for Walford Tube Station where he is joined by two male police officers.

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  • Lytton recalls his work for the Daleks and capturing Davros.
  • Since being stranded on Earth, Lytton has rarely moved outside his West London base of operations.
  • Lytton wonders if the barman is in fact Kiston.

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