Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones

Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones by Terrence Dicks

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In the summer of 1966, thousands of young people are taking their holidays with Chameleon Tours. And not one of them is coming back. When the TARDIS lands at Gatwick Airport the Doctor is drawn into a web of intrigue and deception. To add to his troubles, Polly mysteriously vanishes. Or does she? The girl at the Chameleon Tours desk looks like Polly, and even sounds like her, but she claims she comes from Zurich. Who is she really? Who is behind these abductions? And for what sinister purpose? Soon the Doctor and Jamie must face a desperate group of faceless aliens - the deadly Chameleons…

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Terrence Dicks

A book by Terrence Dicks

Terrence Dix (born May 10, 1935) is a script editor for the Second and Third Doctor era, and a screenwriter who has written many Doctor Who episodes, novels and short stories. In 1973, Deeks, along with other writers on the show, was hired by Target Books to write novelizations of the earlier Doctor Who episodes. Dix became the most prolific author of a line of books with 60 novelizations. At one time he was the editor of a series of books. Later, Target Books adopted a policy that only the authors of the original script were allowed to novelize stories, and Deeks remained "in the wings" for those cases when the authors refused or did not have the opportunity to rework their scripts into book format.

[2] Dix typically did the work himself (although he recruited other writers, including former TV series actor Ian Marter and former producer Philip Hinchcliffe). In the 1990s, Deeks took part in Virgin Publishing - the full-length, original Doctor Who series of novels - New Adventure...

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Terrence Dix (born May 10, 1935) is a script editor for the Second and Third Doctor era, and a screenwriter who has written many Doctor Who episodes, novels and short stories. In 1973, Deeks, along with other writers on the show, was hired by Target Books to write novelizations of the earlier Doctor Who episodes. Dix became the most prolific author of a line of books with 60 novelizations. At one time he was the editor of a series of books. Later, Target Books adopted a policy that only the authors of the original script were allowed to novelize stories, and Deeks remained "in the wings" for those cases when the authors refused or did not have the opportunity to rework their scripts into book format. [2] Dix typically did the work himself (although he recruited other writers, including former TV series actor Ian Marter and former producer Philip Hinchcliffe). In the 1990s, Deeks took part in Virgin Publishing - the full-length, original Doctor Who series of novels - New Adventures. Deeks wrote three novels for the series. He also wrote the first book of the Eighth Doctor Adventures series - Eight Doctors, which has long been a bestseller of the original books in the series. His most recent contributions to the world of Doctor books are Made of Steel and Judoon`s Revenge, starring the Tenth Doctor and Martha Jones.