By Lawrence Miles
A physician Who novel set on an island within the East Indies, the place alien forces are collecting in a misplaced urban buried deep within the center of the rain wooded area, eager to gather what could be the deadliest weapon in construction. The surgeon and Sam stroll into the center of the strangest public sale in background.
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Alien Bodies (Dr. Who: Eighth Doctor Adventures, Book 6) by Lawrence Miles