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It`s the ultimate in mass transit systems, a network of interstitial tunnels that bind the planets of the solar system together. Earth to Pluto in forty minutes with a supersave non-premium off-peak travelcard. But something is living in the network, chewing its way to the very heart of the system and leaving a trail of death and mutation behind it. Once again a reluctant Doctor is dragged into human history. Back down amongst the joyboys, freesurfers, chessfans, politicians and floozies, where friends are more dangerous than enemies and one man`s human being is another`s psychotic killing machine.

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Ben Denis Aharonovich (born 1964 in London) is a British writer who previously worked on television series such as Doctor Who, The Dark Knight and others. His father is an economist and communist Sam Aharonovich, in addition, Ben has two older brothers - actor Owen Aharonovich and journalist David Aharonovich. In addition to writing scripts for series, including Doctor Who, he created three spin-offs for a number of episodes and such a character from Doctor ... as Kadiatu Lethbridge-Stewart. This character never appeared on the series, but has been featured in numerous spin-offs. Today Ben lives in Wimbledon and is working on a series of urban fantasy books. The first book of the cycle, Rivers of London, has already been a great success with the public. Ben Denis Aaronovitch (born 1964) is a London-born British writer who has worked on television series including Doctor Who, Casualty, Jupiter Moon and Dark Knight. He is the son of the late economist and Communist Sam Aaronovitch, younger brother of actor Owen Aaronovitch and British journalist David Aaronovitch. As well as writing the Doctor Who serials Remembrance of the Daleks and Battlefield, he has also written three spin-off novels in the Virgin Publishing New Adventures range, a new Bernice Summerfield novel and several short stories for Big Finish Productions. He created the ongoing Doctor Who character Kadiatu Lethbridge-Stewart, who has never appeared in the television series, but has appeared in various spin-offs. He is currently working as lead writer and script editor on the audio revival of the classic British space opera Blake`s 7. Bibliography: Peter Grant 1. Rivers of London (2011) aka Midnight Riot 2. Moon Over Soho (2011) 3. Whispers Under Ground (2012) 4. Broken Homes (2013) Doctor Who Short Trips: Repercussions (2013) Doctor Who: Seventh Doctor Remembrance of the Daleks (1990) Remembrance of the Daleks Doctor Who: New Adventures 10. Transit (1992) 44. The Also People (1995) 56. So Vile a Sin (1997) (with Kate Orman) Professor Bernice Summerfield Genius Loci (2007)
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Ben Denis Aharonovich (born 1964 in London) is a British writer who previously worked on television series such as Doctor Who, The Dark Knight and others. His father is an economist and communist Sam Aharonovich, in addition, Ben has two older brothers - actor Owen Aharonovich and journalist David Aharonovich. In addition to writing scripts for series, including Doctor Who, he created three spin-offs for a number of episodes and such a character from Doctor ... as Kadiatu Lethbridge-Stewart. This character never appeared on the series, but has been featured in numerous spin-offs. Today Ben lives in Wimbledon and is working on a series of urban fantasy books. The first book of the cycle, Rivers of London, has already been a great success with the public. Ben Denis Aaronovitch (born 1964) is a London-born British writer who has worked on television series including Doctor Who, Casualty, Jupiter Moon and Dark Knight. He is the son of the late economist and Communist Sam Aaronovitch, younger brother of actor Owen Aaronovitch and British journalist David Aaronovitch. As well as writing the Doctor Who serials Remembrance of the Daleks and Battlefield, he has also written three spin-off novels in the Virgin Publishing New Adventures range, a new Bernice Summerfield novel and several short stories for Big Finish Productions. He created the ongoing Doctor Who character Kadiatu Lethbridge-Stewart, who has never appeared in the television series, but has appeared in various spin-offs. He is currently working as lead writer and script editor on the audio revival of the classic British space opera Blake`s 7. Bibliography: Peter Grant 1. Rivers of London (2011) aka Midnight Riot 2. Moon Over Soho (2011) 3. Whispers Under Ground (2012) 4. Broken Homes (2013) Doctor Who Short Trips: Repercussions (2013) Doctor Who: Seventh Doctor Remembrance of the Daleks (1990) Remembrance of the Daleks Doctor Who: New Adventures 10. Transit (1992) 44. The Also People (1995) 56. So Vile a Sin (1997) (with Kate Orman) Professor Bernice Summerfield Genius Loci (2007)