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The Mahogany Murderers by Andy Lane
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George Litefoot and Henry Gordon Jago are not technically companions, and there is almost no trace of the Doctor, but Andy Lane's The Mahogany Murders is totally brilliant: the Victorian pastiche which he did so well in All-Consuming Fire, combined with the wonderful return of Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter (who apparently hadn't seen each other since 1977) delivering a beautiful product. Even if for some peculiar reason you haven't seen The Talons of Weng-Chiang, you will enjoy this; if you do know the older story, you'll love the sequel. ( )
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