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Rags (novel)

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Doctor: Third Doctor
Companion(s): Jo
Main enemy: Ragman
Main setting: Princetown, Bristol, early May - 20 June 1979
Key crew
Publisher: BBC Books
Writer: Mick Lewis
Cover by: Black Sheep
Release details
Release number: 40
Release date: 5 March 2001
Format: Paperback Book; 20 Chapters, 251 Pages
ISBN 0-563-53826-0
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Rags was the fortieth BBC Past Doctor Adventures novel. It featured the Third Doctor and Jo Grant. This novel was the first of two Doctor Who novels written by Mick Lewis.

Publisher's summary Edit

Join the Unwashed... Join the Unforgiving. Join the Ragged, for we are the way.

A convoy of disenchanted ragamuffins is winding its way through the south-west of England. At its head, a filthy cattletruck containing four punk mummers... and something else. The band plays sudden, violent and hate-filled gigs along the way: Dartmoor, Glastonbury Tor, an old cemetery in Bristol. And every time they play, people die in unspeakable ways. Aristocrats, high-flying stockbrokers, police officers, all find themselves the victims of a Class War that is threatening to shatter society.

Within the dark cattletruck, a malevolent force is leading this ragged army on a Magical Mayhem Tour towards its final, secret destination. With Jo powerless to resist its seductive influence and the Doctor lost in a nightmarish void, can the band from hell be prevented from staging its final society-cracking performance, and thus spelling the end of the road for... everything?

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DWM 305 Rags

An illustration of the story printed in DWM 305.

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