The City of the Dead
“Nothing can get into the TARDIS,” the Doctor whispered. Then he realised that Nothing had.
New Orleans, the early 21st century. A dealer in morbid artefacts has been murdered. A charm carved from human bone is missing. An old plantation, miles from any water, has been destroyed by a tidal wave.
Anji goes dancing. Fitz goes grave-robbing. The Doctor attracts the interest of a homicide detective and the enmity of a would-be magician. He wants to find out the secret of the redneck thief and his blind wife. He’d like to help the crippled curator of a museum of magic. He’s trying to refuse politely the request of a crazy young artist that he pose naked with the man’s wife.
Most of all, he needs to figure out what all of them have to do with the Void that is hunting him down
- The City of the Dead was the forty-ninth novel in the BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures series. It was written by Lloyd Rose. It featured the Eighth Doctor, Fitz Kreiner and Anji Kapoor.
- The Doctor briefly remembers having a dark haired granddaughter and a dark haired lover before the memory escapes him once more. He also has the impression that he travelled once with a teenager girl.
- Water elemental
- The Doctor has a Tarot reading which is as follows: the Hierophant, the Hermit, the Emperor, the Fool, the Star, the Moon, the Hanged Man.
- The Doctor once had sessions with Sigmund Freud.