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'La Chanson des Vieux Amants' by language_escapes - deviates from the show canon but full of lots of lovely character moments and also a nice snapshot of the relationship between Sherlock and Joan. Gen.
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'We travel without seatbelts on' by victoria_p - instead of joining the FBI, Veronica Mars is recruited by SHIELD and ends up going back to Neptune after the truth is revealed about HYDRA. She's not the only one who ends up there. Gen.
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'Birdcage' by philomytha - When Nightingale disappears, Peter tries to find out what happened to him. But with the London Olympics opening in a few days and a string of magical crimes across the city, he can't afford to let any more major tourist attractions blow up either. Gen.
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'Waterloo Sunset' by philomytha - off to deal with another nest of vampires, but this time it doesn't go so well. Gen.
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'Gentle Antidote' by x_los - in an AU where your soulmate's name appears on your arm, Harriet Vane gets quite a surprise when hers begins to emerge, then yet more when she meets the man in question. Harriet/Peter.
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'The Stars Incline But Do Not Compel' by Suzie_Shooter - an AU where the King decides that the Comte de la Fère and the Comte d'Artagnan are to marry. Hijinks ensue, naturally, in a sweetly-written story in one of our smaller fandoms. Various m/m pairings.
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'The Return of Ulysses' by alcyone - after scaring the pants off the midshipmen, Stephen disappears on shore in Malta, but that doesn't mean he's very far away from Jack Aubrey regardless. Gen.
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'Go Wash Your Heart in the River' by mardia - a beautifully written story with elements of Celtic mythology wound through it. Gen.
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'Cable Knit' by downjune - in a different beginning to the movie, Mako goes to Sitka in search of one particular burned-out Jaeger pilot and finds Raleigh making ends meet in a less-than-legal manner. Mako/Raleigh.
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'Herd Mentality' by rthstewart - another well-written story in this fandom's ongoing attempts to flesh out just what life would actually be like on a day-to-day basis in Narnia post-Pevensie. I'm particularly a fan of this writer's very sweary otters. Gen (with non-con warning).
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'Though I Sang In My Chains Like the Sea' by lightgetsin - a fantastic Yuletide fic, set in the universe of Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London (which series is highly recommended!), where magic is real and there's a tiny section of the Metropolitan Police tasked with dealing with it. Gen.
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'Paler Than Grass' by philalethia - “Remember our agreement?” Joan reminds him, loudly and quickly. “If you can’t stop yourself from making personal deductions about me, that’s fine, but I don’t want to know about them.” pre-Sherlock/Joan
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'On Solitude' by toft - "The doctor 'as tellypathised 'im. Which as 'e 'as hentered into a mens communis" - Killick laboriously pronounced the phrases with absolute incomprehension, the sounds acquired only by dint of the number of times he had heard Stephen repeat them through the door - "in consequence of a wicked fish what they ate in Portsmouth." Jack/Stephen.
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'Of All' by laetificare - a kind-of-AU where the Grimm hunt Wesen because they have to, since eating a Grimm's heart will make any Wesen immortal. Nick/Monroe.
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'Climbing Mount Kunlun' by salifiable - when Xiao Zhen's cousin falls ill, she knows only one thing can save her, even if she isn't completely certain how she's going to get to the garden of the Queen Mother of the West. Gen.
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'By Royal Decree' by rthstewart - in which King Edmund the Just has to cope not only with two incredibly dumb princesses, complete with requisite heaving bosoms, but also suffers horribly from a seasonal affliction. Gen.
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This unexpectedly turned out to be my favourite of the Yuletide fic this year, a charming story where Stephen is unexpectedly turned into a penguin but still remains very much himself - 'Birds of a Feather' by Toft. Aubrey/Maturin.
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'Sic Gorgiamus Allos Subjectatos Nunc' by etothepii - a series of three stories (so far, I hope!) where John and Harry Watson are related to those famous Addams and are just as odd in their own way as the folks we've met from that family. It should probably be said that these stories are not for the squeamish... Gen.
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'Life in the Twenty-First Century' by aces - Alec Hardison, if pressed, would probably suggest that he subscribes to a post-modern definition of identity. or 'how being a geek made Hardison who he is'. Parker/Eliot/Hardison.
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'Noir Enough' by thefourthvine - My current job description reads:


Answer telephones, make appointments, run errands, file papers, avoid all mention of Jonny Gossamer, don't pretend to take or work cases, and don't touch my guns.


Perry wrote that one night and left it taped to my desk with WHAT YOU DO IN CASE YOU HAVE FORGOTTEN BECAUSE YOU ARE STUPID written on the top of it.

Harry/Gay Perry.

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