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Millennial Rites by Craig Hinton
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This was the first book I had read by the late Craig Hinton, and I thoroughly enjoyed it: resurrecting Anne Travers from The Web of Fear, references also to The Invasion; also rather intriguingly the action is set around the 1999/2000 New Year's Eve, and the top floor of Canary Wharf plays a prominent role. (This was written a year or two before The TV Movie, let alone Army of Ghosts.) And as an extra bonus the book is a sort-of prequel to All-Consuming Fire, my favourite of the New Adventures. It also follows through on the logic of the Valeyard from the Trial of a Time Lord, which is less exciting for me but it all hangs together rather well. I shall look out for more of Hinton's books. ( )
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