The Death of Art

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The Death of Art
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Author Simon Bucher-Jones
Series Doctor Who book:
Virgin New Adventures
Release number
Subject Featuring:
Seventh Doctor
Chris, Roz, Ace
Publisher Virgin Books
Publication date
September 1996
ISBN 0-426-20481-6
Preceded by Return of the Living Dad
Followed by Damaged Goods

The Death of Art is a novel by Simon Bucher-Jones published in 1996 and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It features the Seventh Doctor, Chris, Roz and Ace. It is part of the Psi Powers series of novels.[1]


The Doctor and his assistants, Roz and Chris, travel to 1880s France, the corrupt world of the French Third Republic. A rip in time threatens Paris, a race struggles to free itself from oppression, and a strange brotherhood fights a battle for power.[1][2]


  1. ^ a b Pearson, Lars (1999). I, Who: The Unauthorized Guide to Doctor Who Novels (1st ed.). Des Moines, Iowa: Mad Norwegian Press. ISBN 0-9673746-0-X. 
  2. ^ Parkin, Lance (2007). AHistory: An Unauthorized History of the Doctor Who universe (2nd ed.). Des Moines, Iowa: Mad Norwegian Press. ISBN 978-0-9759446-6-0. 

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