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An exclusive audio story featuring Sarah Jane Smith, her son Luke, and their friends, read by a member of the TV cast.

A letter from an old friend she can't remember sparks off another adventure for Sarah Jane, as she and her friends explore the village of Wolfenden. What is the secret of the white wolf carved on the hillside - and what does it have to do with alien abduction?

Elisabeth Sladen narrates the story as Sarah Jane Smith.

©2009 Gary Russell (P)2009 BBC Audiobooks Ltd

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Brilliant!

This audio story is absolutely brilliant! It's got a great mystery to be solved, intriguing new characters, and our favourite brave Bannerman Gang. And Elisabeth Sladen's reading of it really brings the whole story to life!

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  • 07-17-18

Interesting story

Okay first let's address the elephant in the room yes it is some what unnerving hearing Elisabeth Sladen's voice years after her death but if you look past that you have got a decent story. While written for younger fans the White Wolf is a pretty decent tale and Sladen tells it in away that makes you feel like you're sitting in Sarah Jane's attic as she reminiscing about a past adventure and her attempt to mimic Cylde's slang and "cool" gets a chuckle