Doctor How and the Deadly Anemones

Doctor How and the Deadly Anemones

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Something ate the Rindan consul and her husband alive. And now it's eating humans. The extraterrestrial diplomatic community blames Doctor How's negligence. He and his assistants try to deal with the alien threat quietly, but events spiral out of control when the MI6 headquarters and US embassy come under attack. Meantime, Doctor How's cousin When has neglected to tell him about a far greater danger, which threatens to destroy the power of the Time Keepers. Doctor How, his assistant Kevin, and morphing alien superpredator Trinity must exterminate the vermin and find out who's behind the plot to neutralise the power of the Time Keepers. Can they do it whilst keeping one step ahead of MI6, the Metropolitan Police and a crack unit of US Navy SEALs? Doctor How and the Deadly Anemones is book two of the five-volume series. www.doctorhow.tvshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 302 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 17.53mm | 399.16g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508764646
  • 9781508764649

About Mark Speed

Mark Speed finished writing his first novel at the age of fifteen. His comedy writing has appeared in newspapers as diverse as the London Evening Standard and The Sun, and been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Extra. He performed his solo comedy, The End of the World Show, at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2011 and 2012. Amongst other postgraduate and professional qualifications, he has a Master's degree in Creative Writing from City University, London. In 1995 a chiropractor told him he'd never run again. Sensibly, he gave up chiropractors, and has since completed several marathons and a couple of Olympic-length triathlons. He occasionally does irresponsible things like scuba and skydiving. NLP founder Richard Bandler publicly called him a 'polarity responder'.show more

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