‘Chieftain’s Caves’ – Part Three

s19c.6. Chieftain's Caves

Hello everyone! 🙂

If you’ve seen this for this first time, check out ‘Part One’ and ‘Part Two’ of ‘Chieftain’s Caves’ first! But if you haven’t, then this is the news for you that ‘Part Three’ of ‘Chieftain’s Caves’ is now available on ‘Bradley’s Basement’.

Here is a link to the ‘Chieftain’s Caves’ page on the blog as part of ‘The Fifth Doctor by Tim Bradley’ series. ‘Part Three’ is divided into four chapters from Chapters 9 to 12. You can access the chapters by clicking the links on the ‘Chieftain’s Caves’ page. The same applies to the chapters of ‘Parts One and Two’ of this story.

I hope to upload ‘Part Four’ of this story soon, now that the first three episodes of ‘Chieftain’s Caves’ are on my blog.

In the meantime, enjoy ‘Part Three’ of ‘Chieftain’s Caves’.

Here is a brief summary of what ‘Chieftain’s Caves’ is all about.

War rages between two Scottish clans! The Doctor, Nyssa and Billy visit Scotland to see who will win to fight for a special set of caves. Will they defeat Salvador now wanting his revenge on the Doctor?

Enjoy!

Check out my other stories in ‘The Fifth Doctor by Tim Bradley’ series on my blog!

They include ‘The Railway of Time’; ‘The Space Hotel’‘Doom of the Daleks’ and ‘The Tree of Riverloth’. There’s also ‘The Ghost of Leckwick’, the first episode of the ‘Merry Christmas From The Doctor, Nyssa and Billy’ anthology to check out!

There are also the first two stories of ‘The Salvador Trilogy’ to check out and enjoy before ‘Chieftain’s Caves’. These are ‘The Austen Code’ and ‘Junglos 4198’ if you want to read them first.

Click on the links to read these stories.

Bye for now!

Tim. 🙂

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