issue nineteen finally online!

A lot of this issue NINETEEN has been on line for sometime, I can only apologise for the delay in completing it for a number of reasons which I've mentioned in the editorial. I hope you'll all enjoy the finished issue. Feed back is welcome if you have any, also contributions are always welcome...email: infernofiction@gmail.com

THE FOUR WISE MEN
by Michael Baxter
Dr. Who and his grandchildren, John and Gillian arrive at a grove hidden in the hills and valleys of an ancient time and encounter travellers heading east...

RETURN OF THE WIRRN
by Matthew Senkowski
While Turlough continues to be haunted by the Black Guardian into doing his bidding, the TARDIS crew arrive on the planet Alpha Andromeda 5...

IN HER ABSENCE
by Julie KAY
PART THREE: An Omen in the sky, the funeral of King Eisō and Vastra still has much to learn about her new friend the Doctor...

WHISTLE STOP
by Meg MacDonald
An orphan girl recounts her journey aboard the Orphan Train and an encounter with the mysterious stranger know as the Doctor... 

A HICCUP IN SPACE AND TIME
by Jack Lawrence
The case of the missing mobile phone, Louis XIV and a very drunk Doctor...

OH MY GIDDY AUNT!
by Sean Bassett
ACT III:The curtain finally falls on the Doctor's life in music...but not before one or two revelations from the auditorium...

THE WHOLE TOOTH
by Nick Wheeler
The Doctor sets out to see if the tooth fairy really exists...

THE SARAH JANE ADVENTURES:
THE MISSING
by Nathan Mullins 
Sarah Jane and her friends investigate a troublesome Graske who's stolen some equipment under the lock and key of UNIT 

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I had initially intended to have the site up and running in 2006 but again, like the printed form, it was finding the time to get everything on line. 2007 came, I married my partner during the summer months and then as I was nearing completion of the site, I lost everything! All the hours that I had managed to put into producing the site were lost as my pc decided that enough was enough and closed down on me for good. I had'nt even backed up all my files, so it was back to the drawing board to start the whole proceedure again.

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