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Date First Story Posted: May 2000
Author Profile ~ Sheffield started in fandom writing seaQuest
fanfiction before branching out into Hercules and Xena fic
and then The Sentinel. Living in the UK, she had read reams of Sentinel
fanfic before ever seeing a single episode of the show... although recently
she completed her collection and is now unhappily contemplating a future
where she will never see another new episode. But then, there's always
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- Bugg -- Well, there's a villain,
an unusual use of Jim's senses, a bit of Jim-and-Blair in peril - oh, and
a bottle of Tallisker. First posted to the SentinelAngst list.
- Sentinel 2032 -- A Sentinel/seaQuest
crossover! Well, think about it: Jim and Blair are roughly 30 and 40 respectively
in the late 1990s... so they will be in their sixties and seventies when
Lucas Wolanczek from the seaQuest crew is a twenty year old ensign in the
year 2032... Now, who remembers David Lash? Well the same actor played
the UEO ambassador to Tartarus Colony in 2032... what if they were the
- Cold War -- If you were Lee Brackett,
and you were being pursued by an implacable killer, and you saw a road-sign
that said "Cascade", well, what would you do?
- The Mohs Test -- Sequel to Bugg.
Bugg is back, and this time he has arranged for some subcontractors to
kidnap Blair. But what does he want? And, even if he gets it, will that
- Karmageddon -- There's a hitman
in Cascade, a hitman who uses involuntary subcontractors. And of course
he's researched Cascade's finest, and learned that the Cop of the Year
has a partner with a Hostages 'R' Us sticker stapled to his back....
- Poker Night -- Kincaid is in a
federal prison. But he still has followers, and they have a plan to get
him out. A plan which begins with persuading Jim's father to join them,
in arranging the kidnap of his own son... Warning: Rated R for violence
and language; contains characters with racist, sexist, and homophobic views.
- Dharma and Jim -- An old friend
of Blair's is in town along with her lawyer husband. But when Greg is mistaken
for Jim and kidnapped along with Blair, will Dharma be able to help Jim
with the floopiness of his aura in time to save the day? Crossover with
Dharma and Greg.
- Carbon -- Time marches on. Dr Sandburg
is now an eminent profiler, Jim is Captain Ellison, in charge of the Cascade
Serial Killer Task Force. Together, sentinel and shaman are a force to
be reckoned with - but being the Muse of Serial Killers is a dangerous
business... Rated R for language, violence, and serial killer gruesomeness;
also includes death of minor canon character.
- New Year -- Jim recognises the
danger signs when he finds Blair singing along to Bohemian Rhapsody in
the loft. But on the other hand, he has to agree that there are good reasons
why Blair might feel a little... ambivalent about New Years celebrations,
after what happened to him in 2000...
- Big Bird Boiled My Brain -- Jim
knows he's in trouble when Big Bird comes to sit on the end of his bed.
- Jafo -- Why did Sandburg wake up
naked in a holding cell surrounded by green knees? Rated R for language,
nudity and violence.
- Shape of My Heart -- A sideways
look at our favourite anthropologist, based on the song Shape of My
Heart (from Twelve Summoner's Tales by Sting). The story is
also an Ocober 2002 themefic for the SentinelAngst List.
- Another Life -- AU. There's
a new player in town, and when one of Major Crimes goes undercover, he
finds out that this crimelord is stranger than anyone has imagined... Rated
R for adult situations.
- Smooth -- As Blair prepares to
go to the Academy, Jim reacts...strangely...to Santana's Smooth.
(Note: this is the gen version.) Rated R for language.
- Magic Bullet -- Rafe is in trouble:
big trouble. But the bullet that hit him did more damage than he could
- Situation Room -- Daryl and Blair
are at the Police Academy. But why is Daryl failing in the simulation exercises?
- Senseless -- Jim is a prisoner
of someone out for revenge. The guys know where he is: but can they rescue
him before it's too late? Rated R for violence.
- East Lynne -- "Gone! And never
called me Mother!" Why is Jim listening to quotations from nineteenth
century melodrama? And will badly sung Whitney Houston covers save the
- Swordfish -- Seen the movie Swordfish?
Well, this is the Sentinel version! Rated R for violence.
- Shoes -- A secret from Naomi's
past threatens Blair's future.
- Wonderwall -- It's the year 2003
and Blair didn't become a cop. How did our two heroes fare after the series
- Information -- Simon receives a
call one Monday morning which will have him thinking, "Why me?"
- Sandburg's Superman -- One of the
boys is kidnapped by an immortal with an agenda. Crossover with Highlander.
Rated R for violence and (non-permanent) death.
- Sandburg's Superman Revisited --
Epilog. At the end of Sandburg's Superman there are questions in
both men's minds. But one burning question needs to be answered before
Blair can rest.
- Young Sandburg series
- 1975 -- Curly Blair Sandburg, five
years old, walks into the Bay City Police department and reports a kidnapping
- 1980 -- Yank Blair Sandburg, 10
years old, had been looking at seven fat men in white powdered wigs for
a week now and it had almost started to look normal to him... Crossover
with The Professionals.
- 1984: The Sweetmeat -- Fifteen-year-old
Blair Sandburg is in New York on his way to Rainier University when he
is sold to a child trafficking ring. Enter The Equaliser. Previously
posted to SentinelAngst.
- Judging Sandburg -- Crossover with
Judging Amy. Sandburg has an encounter with his partner's double.
Previously posted to SentinelAngst.
- Sandburg's Sentinel -- Crossover
with Highlander crossover, sequel to Sandburg's Superman
and Sandburg's Superman Revisited. When another member of Major
Crimes is targeted, Blair grapples with what it means that his partner
now knows about his immortality. Previously posted to SentinelAngst.
- Sandburg's Sidekick -- Blair finally
has to face Jehane: but did he really expect Jim to fall for that line
about looking after Amanda? Previously posted to SentinelAngst.
- The Christmas Card Story #1 --
What happened when Sandburg persuaded Major Crimes to dress up as members
of Queen from the "I want to break free" video! Previously posted
- Demons (in-progress) -- Freestanding
snippets set in the same universe, though some think of them as chapters
to a longer story.
- (LiveJournal link) Powerhouse
-- When Brackett's scheme to steal billions of dollars from a top secret
government project called the Stargate Programme began he thought kidnapping
a math genius and putting pressure on him using his FBI brother would be
easy. Adding an archeology professor and his retired Air Force friend as
hostage should have been easy. And using a Sentinel as local labour by
threatening his Guide should have been a piece of cake. Crossover with
Stargate: SG1 and Numb3rs.
- (LiveJournal link) Standing
Orders -- It's 2007 and Professor Blair Sandburg is sitting
all alone in his office at Rainier university. Easy meat for a six-feet-of-mean
jock with a grade average he needs to change.
- (LiveJournal link) Sniper
-- Blair Sandburg is kidnapped out of the loft by eight military figures...
led by Jim Ellison. Warning: partner betrayal. Previously posted
- (LiveJournal link) Young
Sandburg 2 1/2 -- A long ago war, a letter from a random seven
year old to a random soldier. Previously posted to SentinelAngst.
- (LiveJournal link) Hairboy
-- His antennae were nothing but wee nubs and, like his pointed ears,
were covered by his long curly hair. He would pass, she decided, and then
sighed, a little, at the ignorance of a world which made such a bright
spirit pretend to be 'ordinary', 'normal', to 'pass'. Ah well. Child protection
services were only too keen to sniff around a single mother with an 'unconventional
- (LiveJournal link) Noodles
-- When the boys fall out over handling a case, it's up to Simon to
exercise assertiveness. Warning: non-graphic discussion of child
- (LiveJournal link) Anniversary
-- An Ellison may be stupid, but it doesn't take an elephant in a party
hat to remind him of some good times.
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Author added 9/12/00; last updated 6/20/07