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The Witch Hunters
Series: Doctor Who -
BBC Past Doctor Adventures
Release Number: 9
Doctor: First Doctor
Companions: Susan, Ian, Barbara
Enemy: Reverend Samuel Parris
Setting:
Author: Steve Lyons
Publisher: BBC Books
Publication:
Format: Paperback Book, ? Pages
ISBN: ISBN 0563405791
Previous Story: Eye of Heaven
Following Story: The Hollow Men

Contents

Publisher's Summary

The Reverend Samuel Parris, Minister of Salem, follows three strangers in the forest beyond the village - a forest which is traditionally believed to be the source of much evil. He hears movement through the trees, steps forward and makes a terrible discovery. It is one which will change life in Salem forever.

The TARDIS arrives in Salem Village, Massachusetts, 1692. The Doctor wishes to effect repairs to his ship in peace and privacy, and so his companions - Ian, Barbara and Susan - decide to 'live history' for a week or so. But the friendships they make are abruptly broken when the Doctor ushers them away, wary of being overtaken by the tragic events he knows will occur.

Upon learning the terrible truth of the Salem witch trials, Susan is desperate to return - at any price. Her actions lead the TARDIS crew into terrible jeopardy, and her latent telepathy threatens to help the tragedy escalate way out of control...

Characters

References

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Notes

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Continuity

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Timeline

The Thief of Sherwood ends with the Doctor detecting a build up of space pressure, as this book's rear cover states it takes place between the television stories DW: The Reign of Terror and Planet of Giants which has themes of pressure changes in pressure in relation to the TARDIS this is a logical placement.

External Links

  • Doctor Who Reference Guide - Detailed Synopsis - The Witch Hunters
  • The Whoniverse - The Discontinuity Guide to: The Witch Hunters
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