Cabinets of Curiosities
I work behind the scenes in museums, but it's far less exciting than people imagine.
Cabinets of Curiosities is the short story I wrote for the Bernice Summerfield Collected Works book, and it's about working behind the scenes in a museum. It is exciting, however, involving a hunt for missing treasure, ghosts, a fabulous opening night party and a brief diversion into philosophical issues surrounding the conservation of priceless artefacts. Did I mention ghosts? And blood?
You can pre-order it, either from Big Finish, or from these interweb companies:
buy Collected Works from play dot com
buy Collected Works from amazon dot co dot uk
It also contains stories by some of the usual suspects, all subtly interlinked by connecting material by Nick Wallace and Phil Purser-Hallard. Even if you're not a fan of those chaps or I, there's also new work from Lance Parkin, Kate Orman, Jon Blum, Mark Michalowski, etc. etc.
I'll post the opening line nearer the publication next month but, in true RTD DWM style, the mood words were: mirrors, amber, red and cursed.
PS: Uncertain squee!? Tennant and the new companion. Clothes spoilers.