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The Death of Art by Simon Bucher-Jones
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The Seventh Doctor, Chris and Roz end up in Paris all involved with the Dreyfus case and Ace. I'm afraid I thought this wore its historical research a bit too heavily, without compensating gains in characterisation or plot ( )
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The Doctor and his assistants, Roz and Chris, travel to 1880s France, the corrupt world of the Third Republic. A rip in time threatens Paris, a race struggles to free itself from oppression, and a strange brotherhood fights a battle for power.

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