Table of Contents | 19 March 2007
"We're talking about respectable people, here, not honest or kind or honorable ones. They'll do whatever it takes to keep looking respectable."
This is the way Jack's eyes gleam / in a house where no one can see. / This is the way he shivers.
In this article, I examine the Doctor Who books of Ian Marter, who wrote more novelizations of broadcast stories than anyone except Terrance Dicks and, uniquely, came to the process not as a writer but as an actor.
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