Doctor Who: the Drosten's Curse - A. L. Kennedy (Paperback)

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It could be to do with golfers being dragged down into the bunkers at the Fetch Brothers' Golf Spa Hotel, never to be seen again. It might be related to the strange twin grandchildren of the equally strange Mrs Fetch - owner of the hotel and fascinated with octopuses.

Product Details

Barcode
9781849908276
Department
Books
Released
21 Jan 2016
Supply Source
UK

Book

Authors
A. L. Kennedy
A.L. Kennedy
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Ebury Publishing
Language
English
Number of Pages
384
Dimensions
198 x 126 x 126mm (260g)

Summary

Isn't life terrible? Isn't it all going to end in tears? Won't it be good to just give up and let something else run my mind, my life?

Something distinctly odd is going on in Arbroath. It could be to do with golfers being dragged down into the bunkers at the Fetch Brothers' Golf Spa Hotel, never to be seen again. It might be related to the strange twin grandchildren of the equally strange Mrs Fetch - owner of the hotel and fascinated with octopuses. It could be the fact that people in the surrounding area suddenly know what others are thinking, without anyone saying a word.


Whatever it is, the Doctor is most at home when faced with the distinctly odd. With the help of Fetch Brothers' Junior Receptionist Bryony, he'll get to the bottom of things. Just so long as he does so in time to save Bryony from quite literally losing her mind, and the entire world from destruction.


Because something huge, ancient and alien lies hidden beneath the ground - and it's starting to wake up...

Fiction

General Subject
Science Fiction
BISAC Subject 1
Fiction / Science Fiction / Space Opera
BISAC Subject 2
Fiction / Science Fiction / General
BIC Classification 1
Science fiction
Library Subject 1
Doctor Fictitious character - Fiction
Library Subject 2
Arbroath Scotland - Fiction
Dewey Classification
823.92
Readership
General (US: Trade)

Author Bio

A. L. Kennedy has twice been selected as one of Granta's Best of Young British Novelists and has won a host of other awards - including the Costa Book of the Year for her novel Day. She lives in London and is a part-time lecturer in creative writing at Warwick University.