While on a delivery run for the Brigadier, Benton finds himself close to his childhood home, where ghosts from his past have never rested easily …
Trapped in a nightmare world where past and present are one, will he be lost forever or can he fight his way back to reality, where he is desperately needed?
An exciting adventure from the Worlds of Doctor Who.
Wartime is based on, and expands upon, the 1988 Reeltime Pictures drama production Wartime. Available from www.timetraveltv.com. All characters are used with permission of the relevant rights owners. This book has not been licensed or approved by the BBC or any of its affiliates.
The special edition is an A-format paperback release, sized and designed to fit in with the Target Doctor Who novelisations. It features a retro-art cover by Andrew-Mark Thompson, and includes an 8 page full colour section of photographs from the making of the drama.
Wartime is written by Stephen James Walker, noted Doctor Who writer and historian.
‘Just to say this was brilliant: short and to the point, but full of moments both extra and on screen. More a novella, but it’s a great read, and expands like all the best Target books, adding into the depth of a story.’ Keshka, Roobarbs Forums
Benton & UNIT © 1968 Derrick Sherwin, used with permission of the estate of Derrick Sherwin.
Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart © 1968 Mervyn Haisman & Henry Lincoln, used with permission of their Estates.
Captain Douglas Cavendish © 1995 Marc Platt & Reeltime Pictures Ltd, used with permission.
Cover by Andrew-Mark Thompson
101pp. A-format paperback novelisation.
Published 14 January 2023
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Stephen James Walker has authored or co-authored an average of one book per year since the early 1990s, many of them about the BBC’s acclaimed Doctor Who series. Wartime is his thirty-second title. He has a BSc (Hons) degree in Applied Physics from University College London, and his many other interests include cult TV, film noir, vintage crime fiction, Laurel and Hardy and an eclectic mix of soul, jazz, R&B and other popular music. Between July 1983 and March 2005 he acted as an adviser to successive Governments, responsible for policy on a range of issues relating mainly to individual employment rights. His working time is now taken up by his writing projects and by his role as co-owner and director of Telos Publishing. He lives in Kent with his wife and family.