Enigmatic playwright and author Dale Smith is known for his captivating spin-offs from the exhilarating Doctor Who sagas. Smith has been writing these engrossing sci-fi stories since he was young and his passion for science fiction adventure is evident in this wonderful tale about the ever-outrageous Time Lord.
The brilliant Doctor returns in this gripping story of dark intrigue and foreboding mystery. In Doctor Who: Too Many Hands we are transported back to 1759 Edinburgh. The story is packed full of fascinating puzzles that the charmingly bizarre Time Lord and his steadfast assistant Martha face. The story throws listeners straight into the action in true Dr Who style that sees a frenzied incident involving a stagecoach on the loose, Benjamin Franklin and an attacker who appears to have been dead for quite some time…
Initially, the Doctor's trusty sonic screwdriver comes to the rescue, but there are still a lot of questions that need to be answered. What was that dead creature and was that the first of more exhausting encounters?
A physician named Alexander Munro makes a prominent appearance in the cryptic plot with his basement full of live hands that are disturbingly unattached. Find out why in this MP3 audiobook story of the Doctor and the undead, read by David Troughton.