Delta and the Bannermen was a novelisation by Malcolm Kohll, based on the 1987 Doctor Who television serial Delta and the Bannermen.
As the billionth customers at a space tollport the Doctor and Mel win the Grand Prize – a place on the Fabulous Fifties Coach Tour to Disneyland, Planet Earth. Unfortunately, they don’t quite make it there … Knocked off-course by a wayward satellite the coach party arrives instead at Shangri-la, a remote Welsh holiday camp. But the peace and quiet of the countryside are soon shattered by the arrival of an army of marauding Bannermen soldiers, led by the ruthless Gavrok. They are tracking down Delta, the last of the Chimeron, with only one thought in mind – her destruction…
Doctor Who and the Hand of Fear was a novelisation by Terrance Dicks, based on the 1976 Doctor Who television serial The Hand of Fear.
The Tardis lands in England, and Sarah, the Fourth Doctor’s companion, looks forward to going home. A freak accident in a quarry leaves the unconscious Sarah clutching an enormous stone Hand. The Hand is the only surviving remnant of Eldrad, an alien super-being expelled from his planet, Kastria – and it has the power to control the human mind. Using Sarah as its instrument, the Hand goes in search of the atomic energy it needs to regenerate Eldrad’s body. Eldrad is determined to return to Kastria and punish his enemies. The Doctor and Sarah are caught up in the terrifying conclusion of a drama of betrayal and revenge that began millions of years ago.