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  • Author:
    Terrance Dicks
  • ISBN:
    0216918952
  • ISBN13:
    978-0216918955
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  • Publisher:
    Blackie Children's Books (February 1986)
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    128 pages
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The Disappearing Diplomat (1986). The Case of the Fagin File (1987). Goliath and the Burglar (1987).

Terrance William Dicks. 1935-04-14)14 April 1935. Dicks contributed heavily to Target Books' series of novelisations of the Doctor Who TV serials, writing 67 of the titles published by the company. In this role, he would attempt to enlist the author of the original scripts to write the novelisation whenever possible, but if they refused or had other. The Disappearing Diplomat (1986).

The Disappearing Diplomat book. 1987 saw Dicks start a new series of books for very young children called "T. R. Bear", amounting to a further seven books.

The Disappearing Diplomat (Bears). Book in the Baker Street Irregulars Series). Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780216918955. Release Date:February 1986.

Image caption Terrance Dicks speaking at a Doctor Who event in 2015. He also wrote numerous episodes. Yet he is arguably better known for the many Doctor Who novelisations he wrote for the Target Books imprint. Born in east London in 1935, Dicks joined Doctor Who towards the end of Patrick Troughton's tenure as the programme's second Doctor. One of his best-loved episodes was 1983's The Five Doctors, the BBC show's 20th anniversary special.

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Terrance Dicks (born 10 May 1935 in East Ham, Essex (now Greater London)) is an English writer, best known for his work in television and for writing a large number of popular children's books during the 1970s and 80s. After leaving school, Dicks studied English at Downing. After leaving school, Dicks studied English at Downing College, Cambridge, and later did two years of National Service in the British Army.

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