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Cat's Cradle: Witch Mark

Cats cradle witch mark

Series
Virgin New Adventures
Author
Andrew Hunt
Release date
Format
Paperback
Original RRP
£3.99
No. of pages
272
Publisher
Virgin Books
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In 1992, Cat's Cradle: Witch Mark was released by Virgin Books.

Cover blurbEdit

A coach crashes on the M40. All the passengers are killed. The bodies carry no identification; they are all wearing similar new clothes. And each has a suitcase full of banknotes.

A country vet delivers a foal. The mare has a deep wound in her forehead. In the straw, the vet finds a tapered horn.

In the darkening and doomed world known to its inhabitants as Tir na n-Og, he besieged humans defend the walls of their citadel Dinorben against mythical beasts and demons.

The TARDIS's link with the Eye of Harmony is becoming ever more tenuous and is in urgent need of repair. But the time machine takes the Doctor and Ace to a village in rural Wales, and a gateway to another world.

Full length science fiction novels; stories too broad and too deep for the small screen. Produced with the approval of BBC Television, the New Adventures takes the TARDIS into previously unexplored realms of space and time.

Cat's Cradle: Witch Mark is Andrew Hunt's first novel; it is the third and final book in the Cat's Cradle series.

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