Trevor Baxendale

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Trevor Baxendale has been a writer of licensed fiction since 1998, when his first Doctor Who novel The Janus Conjunction was published by BBC Books. He has also written novels for Torchwood and Blake's 7, as well as many short stories, comic strips and audio drama scripts.

Career[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

Doctor Who[edit]

Torchwood[edit]

Blake's 7[edit]

  • Criminal Intent (November 2014)

Game books[edit]

  • Doctor Who: War of the Robots (Decide your Destiny) (October 2007)
  • Doctor Who: The Dragon King (Decide your Destiny) (March 2008)
  • Doctor Who: Claws of the Macra (Decide you Destiny) (April 2010)
  • Doctor Who: Terror Moon (Choose the Future) (forthcoming)

For younger readers[edit]

  • Doctor Who - The Darksmith Legacy (book 6): The Game of Death (May 2009)
  • Doctor Who: Heart of Stone (February 2011)

Adaptations[edit]

  • The Sarah Jane Adventures: Judoon Afternoon (based on the television script Prisoner of the Judoon by Phil Ford) (2010)
  • The Sarah Jane Adventures: Painting Peril (based on the television script Mona Lisa's Revenge by Phil Ford) (2010)
  • The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Haunted House (based on the television script The Eternity Trap by Phil Ford) (2010)
  • The Sarah Jane Adventures: Blathereen Dream (based on the television script The Gift by Rupert Laight) (2010)
  • Doctor Who: The Eleventh Hour (based on the television script by Steven Moffat) (2011)
  • Doctor Who: The Time of Angels (based on the television script by Steven Moffat) (2011)
  • Savitri's Tale and Other Heroic Stories (authorised adaptation from Anthony Horowitz's Myths and Legends) (2012)
  • The Dragon's Tale and other Beastly Stories (authorised adaptation from Anthony Horowitz's Myths and Legends) (2012)

Short stories[edit]

Audio dramas[edit]

Comics[edit]

  • Doctor Who Adventures - BBC Magazines (64 issues between 2007-2012)
  • The Time Sickness (The Official Doctor Who Annual 2009)
  • The Vortex Code (The Official Doctor Who Annual 2010)
  • The Grey Hole (The Official Doctor Who Annual 2011)

Other work[edit]

  • The Monster Hunt (Interactive game, audio story and comic - The Sarah Jane Adventures website) (2009)

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