Dead of Winter (Doctor Who)

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Dead of Winter
Dead of Winter (Doctor Who novel) - paperback edition (2015).png
Cover of the 2015 Paperback Edition.
Author James Goss
Series Doctor Who book:
New Series Adventures
Subject Featuring:
Eleventh Doctor
Amy Pond
Rory Williams
Publisher BBC Books
Publication date
28 April 2011
Pages 255
ISBN 978-1-84990-238-0
Preceded by The Coming of the Terraphiles
Followed by The Way Through the Woods

Dead of Winter is a BBC Books original novel written by James Goss and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It features the Eleventh Doctor.


Amy, Rory and the Doctor end up in a medical clinic in France, suffering from severe amnesia. While their problems are not the focus of the clinic, they are still brought in and treated by the medical staff. All three swiftly realize something is seriously wrong with the clinic but with their own memories unreliable and their 'carriage' missing, they aren't quite sure what to do. And the problems keep multiplying...



Amy mentions The Doctor's terrible dancing from The Big Bang.


An unabridged audiobook version of Dead Of Winter read by Clare Corbett, was released on 3 November 2011.