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Aye, Brothers and Sisters, 'Tis Magic!
The sublimely brilliant Catweazle television series celebrates the 50th Anniversary of its first transmission in early 2020 and, to celebrate, Hidden Tiger has brought together a fine group of 'brothers and sisters in magic' to reflect on the effect that the programme has had on their lives. This is a sister volume to Avengerworld and Playboys, Spies and Private Eyes, also available via this website. This collection of essays - Tis Magic! Our Memories of Catweazle - is available in hardcover and paperback editions and The Official Catweazle UK Fan Club benefits from each sale.

There is Life After Magnet Memories!
Last year we published Magnet Memories: The Story of a Secret Series 1977-1987 by Nick Goodman and Jo Bunsell, and now we're delighted to launch the sequel, cannily titled Life After Magnet Memories: The Return of the Secret Series 1988-1994. In common with its predecessor, it's a delightful read, as we discover another almost entirely unknown series in the company of the three ne'er-do-wells who wrote both the Life After... series and the book about it: Nick Goodman, Jo Bunsell and Paul Chandler. Hidden Tiger are thrilled to add this to the catalogue. Available in hardcover and paperback.

Magnetic Attraction!
A joyous addition to the Hidden Tiger range, and one more than a little from the leftfield, Magnet Memories: The Story of a Secret Series 1977-1987 by Nick Goodman and Jo Bunsell is an exhaustive episode guide to the series that almost no-one's ever heard of, The Magnet Editor. You've not heard of it because it was never actually made, other than in the imaginations of the authors, but it's in its 40th anniversary year, which seems as good a time as any to unleash the truth about this secret series on an unsuspecting world. Hidden Tiger is delighted to be the publisher of this wonderful book.

99p SF e's!
A little sideline Hidden Tiger has become involved in is to offer bargain-priced ebooks of classic 19th and 20th century science fiction. All are priced at 99p (though they may be priced more highly on certain platforms, something which is not in our control) and can be purchased here.

The Name's Brent. Dr Brent!
This title is - we have to admit - something of a vanity project; something we wrote and published for us, simply because the subject material fascinated us. If other people find it entertaining and informative, then all the better. In a nutshell, Dr Brent's Casebook - The Unauthorised Guide to Police Surgeon is a reference work concerning the series that paved the way for The Avengers but has itself since become a forgotten series, remarked upon usually only because of its Avengers link. Richard McGinlay and Alan Hayes thought it worthy of a book to itself, and having scoured through scripts and other sources, spoken to people involved in the series, they present the definitive guide to this mostly lost series.

Tunneling Through the Underworld
Hidden Tiger are also delighted to announce a second edition of our Avengers Series 1 book Two Against the Underworld, which has been revised in the light of the recovery of the previously lost episode Tunnel of Fear. This remarkable find has spurred the authors to heavily revise the Tunnel of Fear chapter and has also permitted us to revise and add to the remainder of the book. The essay concerning missing episodes and the search to locate them has received particular additional attention!

Original authors Richard McGinlay, Alan Hayes and Alys Hayes have overseen the process, with the new book focusing on the narratives and the behind-the-scenes story of The Avengers' most mysterious set of episodes. Available in hardcover and paperback print formats, with PDF and Kindle electronic editions also available.

Avengers Fans Reminisce for Charity!
Our other Avengers title is also a bit special - and was in the works for more than a year. It's a charity non-fiction anthology called Avengerworld, and it focuses on the "Avengers life stories" of fans of The Avengers. In addition to a foreword by pioneering television historian Dave Rogers and an afterword by Jason Whiton of SpyVibe, 43 Avengers fans have shared their memories of growing up with the series and explain why the series means so much to them. The Champion Chanzige charity, which supports a poorly resourced primary school in South Tanzania, will benefit from the book's publication. Proceeds from sales have paid for a water harvesting system that has been bought and installed at the school.

Moonstone Inn Makeover
Another of our recent titles, Tales from the Moonstone Inn, was originally released by us as The Moonstone Inn and Other Stories in 2011. It's been given a brush up and was reissued in February 2014 in a deluxe format containing everything that was in the original edition, plus a little bit more. This represents the book's debut in hardcover and Kindle formats. Order here.

Hardcover Nostalgia Trip
Fury from the Deep - A Relic of the Old Time - the Doctor Who fanzine collection - has been issued in hardcover, meaning that all our books are now available in this format.

Hidden Tiger now plays host to four websites:
The Avengers Declassified
(about the classic British television series of the Sixties and Seventies), JSFnetGB (a history of It's A Knockout and Jeux Sans Frontières), Tapezine Matrix (about Doctor Who audiozines) and Kapitein Zeppos (about a charming Belgian children's television programme of the 1960s). If you enjoy these websites, you can support them by buying Hidden Tiger titles.

If you have any queries about our books or the ordering process, or you just want to say how much you enjoyed one of our titles, please drop us a line at hidden.tiger.media@gmail.com.


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