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City of Death

FOR A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR LIKE DUGGAN, being sent to Paris certainly makes a change from divorce enquiries. Duggan has been hired to find out why priceless art treasures missing for centuries are suddenly appearing on the market. It soon becomes clear that the world-famous Count Carlos Scarlioni is behind this uproar in the art world. While watching Scarlioni’s Countess and her heavies studying Leonardo da Vinci’s famed Mona Lisa in the Louvre museum, Duggan collides with the Doctor. The latter is holidaying with Romana in spring 1979 and has just been affected by a time slip.

Joining forces with the strange pair, it’s obvious to Duggan that the Mona Lisa is the Count’s next target, with at least seven known buyers ready to pay millions to acquire the picture for their private collections. The Doctor’s theft of the Countess’ bracelet – a device with technology far in advance of humanity’s – attracts the attention of her mysterious husband. The Count is obsessively driving

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The Doctor has always challenged the linear conception of time. Since his television voyage began in 1963, the TARDIS has travelled backwards, forwards and even sideways through the mysterious Vortex. This lavish publication traces the development of these time-bending narratives, describing the rules that were laid down – and subsequently revised – by the series’ writers and producers. We unravel this timey-wimey journey with exclusive interviews, rare images and revealing features that explore the most intriguing corners of the Doctor Who universe.