The 21st century has just begun, and Malebolgia is enjoying its status as the newest state in America. After his successful involvement with Scotland's devolution, Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart has been invited over to Malebolgia to offer some of his experiences and expertise.
There he encounters the charismatic Brigham Elisha Dashwood III, an evangelical statesman running for Governor who may not be quite as clean-cut and wholesome as he makes out. One of Dashwood's other roles in society is as patron of a new medical institute concentrating on curing the ills of the human mind.
One of the patients there interests the Brigadier - someone who claims he travels through space and time in something called a TARDIS. Charley, however, has more than a few problems of her own. Amnesiac, she is working as a hostess at the local chapter of the Hell Fire Club, populated by local dignitaries who have summoned forth the demon Marchosias. And the leader of the club?
None other than Dashwood, who seems determined to achieve congressional power by the most malevolent means at his disposal.
Written by Alan W Lear and Gary Russell. Directed by Nicholas Brigg.s
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It is nice to hear the Brigadier again, but that does not save this story from being dull. Besides the Doctor, Charlie and the Brigadier, the performances are almost all terrible. These are some of the worst American accents I’ve ever heard. The story is forgettable, except for all of the American stereotypes. Don’t bother listening to this.
Really enjoyed this book. Narrators were good and great to here Nicholas Courtney. Good storyline. Would definitely recommend this book to Dr Who fans