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Kristine Williams ~ Stories found at Kris's
page at Cat's Eye View of Cascade
Date First Story Posted: sometime prior to January 1997
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- A Test -- Jim attacks Blair for
no apparent reason, then has no memory of the occurrence. In the face of
this mystery, he must trust himself and his partner long enough to find
the source of this unexplained loss of control, before it's too late.
- Victims -- Sandburg, Darryl and
the wife of another officer are taken hostage by three men determined to
win their cousin's release from prison. Since the case is personal, Ellison,
Captain Banks, and Detective Mike Jenkins are removed from the negotiations.
Jim is forced to rely on his still-uncertain Sentinel senses, and the resourcefulness
of his captive partner.
- Avalanche -- A much-needed ski
vacation suddenly meets with tragedy as an avalanche traps the inhabitants
of a small ski lodge in the Cascade mountains, injuring several skiers
and claiming one life. But the problems don't end when the snow comes to
rest...it would seem the victim was murdered before the snow began to roll,
and Sandburg may be the only witness.
- Scapegoat -- When a professor is
murdered, all evidence points to Sandburg as the killer. Banned from the
investigation, he's forced to rely on Jim to clear his name, and save their
- Retribution -- Lee Brackett returns,
having escaped from Federal custody, to seek his revenge on Jim and Blair.
Kidnapped, chained to Blair, and lost ... Jim must fight to control his
Sentinel abilities in order to use them against a ruthless, and cunning
- Legend -- Jim accompanies Blair
to a small research station in the San Juan Islands when his partner is
asked by the University to retrieve the body of one of his students who
was killed in a diving accident. What he finds when he arrives suggests
the young woman was murdered.
- The Game -- During a routine investigation,
Jim is again confronted by his adversary - Lee Brackett. Only this time,
the rogue agent is targeting Jim's friendship with Sandburg. Using the
younger man as a decoy, Brackett hopes to insure Ellison's distraction,
long enough to complete his own agenda.
- Steal -- Going undercover as a
Safecracker has its advantages, when the suspects are drop-dead gorgeous.
But when Jim's senses take control during the heists, causing him to zone-out
at dangerous times, he's forced to rely completely on his new partner in
crime - Blair Sandburg.
- Cypher fill-in scene
- Babylon -- While investigating
a suicide in a high-rise building, Jim finds evidence to suggest the millionaire
victim was murdered. When he and Sandburg become trapped inside, they have
to work against time, and unseen obstacles, to escape the snare they've
- Choices -- When Sandburg accidentally
overhears Simon urging Jim to end the partnership, the uncertainty builds
into something he can no longer hide. Sensing his partner's emotional stress,
Jim arranges for them to take a weekend off - a weekend that forces both
men to confront their fears.
- Shadow of a Doubt -- Lee Brackett
has been caught, and put on trial. When the stress of testifying puts a
strain on Sandburg, Jim assures him nothing could possibly give this jury
a reason not to convict. Only he can't stop Brackett from finding the one
and only loophole that secures his temporary release. Knowing he's been
targeted, Blair vanishes in order to protect Jim, putting them both in
- Recovery -- A missing scene to
Blind Man's Bluff. Blair recovers in the hospital after having nearly
killed every cop in the precinct while overdosed on Golden.
- Mistake -- A routine body-guard
assignment becomes a nightmare when Sandburg is mistaken for the man they're
- Flashback -- An unplanned trip
to Mexico ends in a plane crash that leaves Ellison and Sandburg struggling
through a tangled jungle. Triggered by the similarity of the situation,
Jim is haunted by memories of his crash in Peru and the deaths of his team
- Target -- Jim saves Blair from
a sniper's bullet, but when that bullet kills a female officer instead,
both men find themselves targets in the Precinct. Someone takes that vengeance
to deadly heights.
- China White -- Much to his embarrassment,
Blair becomes victim of a robbery at the University when artifacts he is
unpacking are stolen for the cocaine hidden inside them. During the investigation,
Jim is dangerously exposed to the drug and loses all control of his Sentinel
senses, and his mind.
- Adrift -- Desperate for some relief
from the hot summer sun, Jim and Blair luck upon the weekend use of an
old yacht. While relaxing in the Straits, their boat is struck and sunk
by the carelessness of another, leaving them both adrift, and swimming
for their lives.
- Silent Thunder -- Blair's life
is falling apart. He's irritable, exhausted, angry ... and his partner
couldn't care less. Taken to the edge by his anger, he sees his partnership
with Jim come to an end. When the unexplained twist of emotions spills
out to the other occupants of the building, Jim begins to suspect a reason
for it all.
- The Hell Within -- An unexpected
trip to Delhi to accompany Sandburg provides an excuse for Jim to look
up and old army friend. But when that friend turns out to be a double agent,
both men get more than they bargained for.
- Forest in the Sky -- When Jim falls
unexpectedly ill, Blair is left doubting his ability to protect his friend
and properly guide him in the use of his Sentinel senses. When his supposed
allergic reaction turns out to be poisoning, they quickly find there's
a murder to prevent.
- Blackout -- Blair returns from
a conference in Toronto just in time to help Jim with a mafia case--a case
that becomes more complicated after Sandburg shoots his partner in the
- A Fresh Perspective -- A short.
- The Dancing -- Fearing he's about
to lose Sandburg to his first mentor, Jim impulsively catches a flight
to Borneo to surprise his friend. What surprises them both are the things
they've left unsaid.
- Crash (aka Thanks, Jim) --
- Identity Crisis -- A short.
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