|The Forgotten Son|
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The Great Intelligence has been defeated. And Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart’s world has changed.
For Colonel Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart his life in the Scots Guards was straightforward enough; rising in the ranks through nineteen years of military service. But then his regiment was assigned to help combat the Yeti incursion in London, the robotic soldiers of an alien entity known as the Great Intelligence. For Lethbridge-Stewart, life would never be the same again.
Now he has a mammoth task ahead of him – the repopulating of London; millions of civilians need to be returned home after being evacuated so suddenly. On top of that, he also has his engagement to think about.
Meanwhile in the small Cornish village of Bledoe a man is haunted by the memory of an accident thirty years old. The Hollow Man of Remington Manor seems to have woken once more. And in Coleshill, Buckinghamshire, Mary Gore is plagued by the voice of a small boy, calling her home.
What connects these strange events to the recent Yeti incursion, and just what has it all to do with Lethbridge-Stewart?
- La licence pour cette série de livres ne provient pas de la BBC mais de Henry Lincoln et des ayant-droits de Mervyn Haisman, qui possèdent le copyright pour le personnage. Candy Jar Books a donc le droit de publier des histoires reprenant les personnages de The Abominable Snowmen, The Web of Fear et The Dominators, les épisodes écrits par Lincoln et Haisman.