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A Town Called Fortune by Paul Sutton
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yet another Wild West story - I think we've had three or four audio tales with that setting in the last couple of years - but a good one, with Richard Cordery playing Sam the sheriff, and Maggie Stables playing her own character Evelyn, and the Sixth Doctor, and everyone else as well. It's interesting in that the only sfnal element in the story is the Doctor's own presence. Stables is excellent and it's a good tale of revenge and confusion, written by Paul Sutton. ( )
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