Catalogue of the Scrolls


The Society Library (also known as the Black Scrolls of Rassilon) is kept in a random and increasing number of small boxes. It began life as a (reasonably extensive) collection of Target novelisations of televised Doctor Who stories, which were immensely popular in the era before VHS and DVD releases. Freed of the constraints of a BBC budget and special effects limitations, some of them are even regarded by characters as a better interpretation of the stories than the televised versions.


More recently, the library has been given a considerable number of original novels and short stories from the the "Wilderness Years", as well as some tie-in novels of the recent series. There are also some non-fiction titles and a couple of audio adventures.


A full catalogue of the society holdings is found below, sorted by Doctor and alphabetically, and a version can be downloaded as a spreadsheet with filters here. Where possible, each title links to their respective article on TARDIS Wiki.


Any member of the society is free to borrow any of the books contained in the library, when it makes an appearance at a meeting, or to request one from the Keeper of the Scrolls, should the book in question be available. Loans are typically for a term, but can be renewed by contacting the Keeper, so that they can keep track of the Scrolls.



First Doctor


The Empire of Glass
- Andy Lane (VMA)

Galaxy Four
- William Emms

The Massacre
- John Lucarotti

The Plotters
- Gareth Roberts (VMA)

The Sorcerer's Apprentice
- Christoper Bulis (VMA)

Venusian Lullaby
- Paul Leonard (VMA)


Second Doctor


Invasion of the Cat-People
- Gary Russell (VMA)

The Menagerie
- Martin Day (VMA)

Twilight of the Gods
- Christopher Bulis (VMA)


Third Doctor


Dancing the Code
- Paul Leonard (VMA)

Death to the Daleks
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Auton Invasion
- Terrance Dicks (based on 'Spearhead from Space')

Doctor Who and the Carnival of Monsters
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Cave-Monsters
- Malcolm Hulke (based on 'Doctor Who and the Silurians')

Doctor Who and the Daemons
- Barry Letts

Doctor Who and the Doomsday Weapon
- Malcolm Hulke

Doctor Who and the Day of the Daleks
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Mutants
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Planet of the Spiders
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Space War
- Malcolm Hulke (based on 'Frontier in Space')

Doctor Who and the Terror of the Autons
- Terrance Dicks

The Eye of the Giant
- Christopher Bulis (VMA)

The Ghosts of N-Space
- Barry Letts (VMA)

Last of the Gaderene
- Mark Gatiss (PDA)

The Mind of Evil
Doctor Who and the Claws of Axos
- Terrance Dicks (two in one volume)

Rags
- Mick Lewis (PDA)

The Scales of Injustice
- Gary Russell (VMA)

Speed of Flight
- Paul Leonard (VMA)

The Three Doctors
- Terrance Dicks

Vengeance of the Stones
- Andrew Smith (Big Finish, Destiny of the Doctor audio series)


Fourth Doctor


A Device of Death
- Christopher Bulis (VMA)

Doctor Who and the Armageddon Factor
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Brain of Morbius
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Creature from the Pit
- David Fisher

Doctor Who and the Deadly Assassin
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Destiny of the Daleks
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Face of Evil
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Giant Robot
- Terrance Dicks (based on 'Robot')

Doctor Who and the Hand of Fear
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Horns of Nimon
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Invasion of Time
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Keeper of Traken
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Leisure Hive
- David Fisher

Doctor Who and the Loch Ness Monster
- Terrance Dicks (based on 'Terror of the Zygons')

Doctor Who and the Masque of Mandragora
- Philip Hinchcliffe

Doctor Who and the Pyramids of Mars
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Revenge of the Cybermen
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Seeds of Doom
- Philip Hinchcliffe

Doctor Who and the Sunmakers
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Talons of Weng-Chiang
- Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Underworld
- Terrance Dicks

The English Way of Death
- Gareth Roberts (VMA)

Evolution
- John Peel (VMA)

Logopolis
- Christopher H. Bidmead

The Romance of Crime
- Gareth Roberts (VMA)

The Shadow of Weng-Chiang
- David. A. McIntee (VMA)

System Shock
- Justin Richards (VMA)

The Well-Mannered War
- Gareth Roberts (VMA)


Fifth Doctor



Castrovalva
- Christopher H. Bidmead

The Crystal Bucephalus
- Craig Hinton (VMA)

Enlightenment
- Barbara Clegg

The Five Doctors
- Terrance Dicks

Goth Opera
- Paul Cornell (VMA, 2 copies)

Kinda
- Terrance Dicks

Lords of the Storm
- David McIntee (VMA)

Planet of Fire
- Peter Grimwade

The Sands of Time
- Justin Richards (VMA)

Snakedance
- Terrance Dicks


Sixth Doctor


Burning Heart
- Dave Stone (VMA)

Killing Ground
- Steve Lyons (VMA)

Mission to Magnus
- Philip Martin (based on the missing story which would have aired in Season 23 had the hiatus not occurred)

State of Change
- Christopher Bulis (VMA)

Timelash
- Glen McCoy

Time of Your Life
- Steve Lyons (VMA)


Seventh Doctor


The Curse of Fenric
- Ian Briggs

Dragonfire
- Ian Briggs

Ghost Light
- Marc Platt

Love and War
- Paul Cornell (VNA)

No Future
- Paul Cornell (VNA)

Remembrance of the Daleks
- Ben Aaronovitch

Timewyrm: Apocalypse
- Nigel Robinson (VNA, third book in the Timewyrm arc)

Timewyrm: Exodus
- Terrance Dicks (VNA, second book in the Timewyrm arc)

Timewyrm: Genesys
- John Peel (VNA, first book in the Timewyrm arc)


Eighth Doctor


Doctor Who
- Gary Russell (BBC Books novelisation of the TV movie)


Ninth Doctor


The Clockwise Man
Justin Richards (NSA)

The Deviant Strain
Justin Richards (NSA)

The Monsters Inside
Stephen Cole (NSA)

Only Human
Gareth Roberts (NSA)

The Stealers of Dreams
Steve Lyons (NSA)

Winner Takes All
Jacqueline Rayner (NSA)


Tenth Doctor


The Art of Destruction
- Stephen Cole (NSA)

Forever Autumn
- Mark Morris (NSA)

The Last Dodo
- Jacqueline Rayner (NSA)

The Nightmare of Black Island
- Mike Tucker (NSA)

The Pirate Loop
- Simon Guerrier (NSA)

The Price of Paradise
- Colin Brake (NSA, 2 copies)

The Resurrection Casket
- Justin Richards (NSA)

Sick Building
- Paul Magrs (NSA)

Sting of the Zygons
- Stephen Cole (NSA)

The Stone Rose
- Jacqueline Rayner (NSA, audio and book)


Eleventh Doctor


Dead of Winter
- James Goss (NSA)

The Glamour Chase
- Gary Russell (NSA)

The Hounds of Artemis
- James Goss (original audio adventure read by Matt Smith)

The King's Dragon
- Una McCormack (NSA)

Paradox Lost
- George Mann (NSA)

The Ring of Steel
- Stephen Cole (original audio adventure read by Arthur Darvill)

The Way Through the Woods
- Una McCormack (NSA)


UNIT


Downtime
- Marc Platt (VMA)


Torchwood


Pack Animals
- Peter Anghelides (BBC Books)


Doctor Who Unbound

(non-canonical "what if" scenarios)


He Jests at Scars...
- Gary Russell (Big Finish audio story)


Decalog

(collection of linked short stories)


Decalog
- edited by Mark Stammers and Stephen James Walker (Virgin)

Decalog 2: Lost Property
- edited by Mark Stammers and Stephen James Walker (Virgin)

Decalog 3: Consequences
- edited by Justin Richards and Andy Lane (Virgin)

Decalog 4: Re:Generations
- edited by Justin Richards and Andy Lane (Virgin)

Decalog 5:Wonders
- edited by Paul Leonard and Jim Mortimore (Virgin)


Miscellaneous


The Brilliant Book 2011
- BBC Books

The Brilliant Book 2012
- BBC Books

Doctor Who: Companion Compendium
- Justin Richards (Penguin Books)

Doctor Who Magazine #487
- edited by Tom Spilsbury (Panini Comics)

Doctor Who The Official Annual 2008
- BBC Children's Books

Doctor Who The Official Annual 2009
- BBC Children's Books

Doctor Who The Official Annual 2010
- BBC Children's Books

Doctor Who The Official Annual 2011
- BBC Children's Books

The Official Doctor Who Annual 2013
- BBC Children's Books

Doctor Who: The Secret Lives of Monsters
- Justin Richards (BBC Books)

Doctor Who: The Time Traveller's Almanac
- BBC Books

Official Doctor Who Fan Club
- Keith Miller

Top Trumps Series 4
- Moray Laing (BBC Books, guide to the card game)


Non-Fiction


The Classic Doctor Who DVD Compendium
- edited by Paul Smith (Wonderful Books)

Licence Denied
- edited by Paul Cornell (on fanzines)

The Science of Doctor Who
- Paul Parsons

Time Lord
- Ian Marsh & Peter Darvill-Evans (role-playing resource)

Who’s There? The Life and Career of William Hartnell
- Jessica Carney (Fantom Films Limited, biography)



Key
- VMA = Virgin Missing Adventures
- VNA = Virgin New Adventures
- PDA = Past Doctor Adventures (BBC Books)
- NSA = New Series Adventures
- All other fiction titles are Target Novelisations unless otherwise specified


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