This is, quite simply, the best 8th Doctor audio I've heard so far. I fear they'll just go downhill from here. Never mind, it'll still be interesting to see - sorry, HEAR - how it goes. So. A review. Right-ho then.
The Doctor and Charlie have arrived in a Victorian house and are almost immediately embroiled in a mystery. Where is everyone? Suddenly, they know - and there's a murder. Then another one. The staff all know of the Doctor and Charlie, and yet they've never met them before. Suddenly it's back to square one, and another death. And all the while the ticking of the clock continues.
Where to start? Paul McGann has never been better, taking charge and yet not knowing what's going on. His enthusiasm leads him on and it's wonderful to hear him steam ahead. This could well be his best performance as the Doctor - Storm Warning aside. India Fisher, as Charlie, also gives a terrific performance. Her character is given some great lines and she really lives the role, delivering one of her best. The rest of the cast (even the big one) are pretty damn good as well.
It's a challenging listen - you'll actually have to think about it when the stunning conclusion does arrive - but it's one of the best Doctor Who stories I have, or, I believe, ever will, come across. Rather appropiately, it's on BBC7 at the moment, so if you haven't bought it, go listen to it HERE.