14.1 The Death of the Daleks by George Mann
There is a creature loose on the war-torn planet of Tersimmon. It has
just destroyed an entire race, and following its arrival, others are
dying too. Only one person will defend this killer, this murderer, this
destroyer: because Jamie McCrimmon knows the Doctor isn't himself...
14.2 The Phantom Piper by Martin Day
Life in the colony world of Sora is idyllic, thanks to a device
implanted in all citizens which helps memory recall. As a human visitor,
Jamie receives one too. But soon the Doctor has concerns about his
friend which lead to the office of local scientist Dr Hunter, and into
the past of James Robert McCrimmon...
14.3 The Prints of Denmark by Paul Morris
The man Zoe travels through time and space with is a comical little man,
eager to make a difference. To make things better. He's a man who loves
the Earth, its history, its potential, and is happy to help things
along when he can. And now Zoe is the only one standing between him and
changing Earth unrecognisably: for the Monk, the play's the thing...
14.4 The Deepest Tragedian by Penelope Faith
Zoe is brilliant. Zoe loves to prove it, helping the Doctor and Jamie in
their travels, coming to the rescue with a realisation or solving a
puzzle. But she's about to meet a puzzle that's difficult to solve. A
puzzle with a face. A puzzle with a heart. A puzzle that spells doom for