The Discontinuity Guide to the Doctor Who Novels
Clearly, it has been infected by the forces of Discontinuity.
- Myra in Heart of TARDIS
In 1995, Paul Cornell, Martin Day, and Keith Topping published The Discontinuity Guide, a guide to all sorts of things about the TV series Doctor Who. Following this, an excellent website called The DiscContinuity Guide has provided the same kind of information about the continuing audio adventures based on the series. But nobody has done this for the continuing series' of novels. Until now...
This page lists those books that don't fit into any lengthy series of novels. This group currently consists of the stand-alone novels Who Killed Kennedy and Campaign, the short-lived Companions of Doctor Who series (except K-9 and Company, which was a novelisation), and the three Missing Season stories which would have been part of Season 23 if the BBC hadn't suspended the programme for 18 months.