[New Arrivals] [Authors] [Titles] [Specialty Indices] [New Arrivals Log Index]
June 30, 2009
Moon Lake by Kim Jackson -- Sequel to Fathers Don't Always Know Best. Blair is invited down to California for a weekend getaway with Maxi and her new friends, but things aren't as they seem. They soon discover something sinister going on when people start to die off one by one. Crossover with Diagnosis Murder. Rated R for blood, gore, drugs, and violence.
June 28, 2009
A new featured author interview with Arianna is now available.
June 22, 2009
A new featured author interview with Gil Hale is now available.
June 15, 2009
A new featured author interview with Cindy Combs is now available.
June 9, 2009
A new featured author interview with DawnC is now available.
How Sharp the Blade by Wintersrose -- What is it with Blair and knives, anyway?
June 1, 2009
A new featured author interview with JudyL is now available.
May 31, 2009
A Single Flight of Stairs by Dreamweaver -- Living and working together all this time has finally begun to tell on Detectives Ellison and Sandburg, to the detriment of both their working relationship and their personal lives. Can This Partnership Be Saved?
May 30, 2009
Strangers (Who's Who?) by Freya-Kendra -- When five men wake up in a remote warehouse with no memory of who they are, Jim is left vulnerable while Blair puts his trust in the wrong hands. (Inspired by the movie Unknown.)
May 25, 2009
Water's Not Fine by Helen W. -- Set immediately after Sentinel Too, part 2. Jim tried the water, and there was nothing fine about it.
From the Rather Orderly Files of Mr. William T. Ellison by Helen W. -- Bill has houseguests. A sequel to my story Tumble.
Facebook by Helen W. -- Back in 2003, I wrote Memories of a Woman in White, in which Blair learns the identity of his father. They finally connected a few months ago, via Facebook.
May 24, 2009
A new featured author interview with StarWatcher is now available.
Waterproof by Nancy Taylor -- Blair has been keeping a secret from Jim; a secret that comes out when both men least expect it that changes the dynamics of the team forever.
May 22, 2009
Soul Mates by Lyn -- Blair's drowning is months in the past but he's still finding it hard to move on.
May 20, 2009
A new featured author interview with Annie is now available.
May 14, 2009
Rain, Rain, Go Away by StarWatcher -- The rain is driving Blair crazy.
May 10, 2009
A new featured author interview with Rebel is now available.
May 6, 2009
The Con by Freya-Kendra -- Humor. Blair discovers something about the gang from Major Crimes he would never have even imagined possible. Although this is not a crossover, references are made to Stargate, Xena, Starship Troopers, the Fly, et al.
May 4, 2009
A new featured author interview with Fluterbev is now available.
May 1, 2009
I'll Tell You Who I Am! by Roslyn -- This Simon-centric story is my sequel to Rebel's wonderful, Who Am I?, in which Jim and Blair fill out a survey designed to keep them out of a dreaded conference. Be sure to read that first!
April 30, 2009
Inevitable by Kara -- The flu hits Cascade. A short fluffy piece. Originally posted to SentinelAngst. Rated K.
Aromatherapy by Kara -- Your Sentinel is in the "zone." What do you do? Originally posted to SentinelAngst. Rated K.
April 27, 2009
A new featured author interview with Lyn is now available.
April 26, 2009
The Voice by Roo -- Jim has time to reflect on Sandburg's guiding influence over him. Spoilers for Sentinel Too 1&2.
April 24, 2009
New author Bluewolf (and her *many* stories) is welcomed to the Library!
April 23, 2009
Them's the Breaks by StarWatcher -- It can be surprising who's 'essential'.
April 21, 2009
New author Raine Wynd is welcomed to the Library!
The Jazz Never Fades by Raine Wynd -- Jim's newest case means trusting a notorious con man and his friends, who need him to save their leader and bust a drug-making operation. Crossover with The A-Team. Rated PG-13, as there's a bit of language and (unwilling) drug use.
Gracie by Raine Wynd -- kitten!fic for April Valentine, on request: Blair gives Jim a kitten.
Snow Crazy by Raine Wynd -- snow!fic for julia_here, on request: a view into Jim, Blair, a car of the usual Blair sort, and December 23, 2008, in Cascade, or at any point on I-5 between, say, Bellingham and Portland.
April 20, 2009
A new featured author interview with LKY is now available.
Lost and Found by Ice Bear -- Blair has his job cut out for him when his Sentinel is broken in both body and spirit. Rated PG-13. (21K)
April 19, 2009
Presumption of Innocence by Annie -- Blair discovers that sometimes a presumption of innocence is just that.
April 18, 2009
The Rise and Fall of the Phoenix by Quiet Wolf -- Post-TSbyBS. Blair begins to doubt that he and Jim have any sort of future together.
April 13, 2009
A new featured author interview with Danae is now available.
April 11, 2009
Family Business by MistyC and Debra Noellert -- Chris learns about Sentinels and Guides as Blair begins to suspect that he and his father have more in common than he first thought. Crossover with modern-day ATF Magnificent Seven; sequel to Finding Family by Debra Noellert. (See also Family and Strangers by Susan M.)
April 6, 2009
A new featured author interview with T. Verano is now available.
April 4, 2009
New author Laurie is welcomed to the Library!
Henri Brown is a Fine, Fine Man by Laurie -- Henri Brown/Alisha Brown. Het. Gen. Detective Henri Brown forgot his wedding anniversary. He's taken Blair Sandburg's advice on how to get back into his wife's good graces.
Hecking In by Laurie -- Jim receives a highly interesting email from Blair, who appears to be in desperate straits.
Discerning the Magi's Gift by Laurie -- Sequel to T. Verano's Polishing Shoes. Jim figures out a few things about himself and his roommate. Set two days after Christmas following the events of Polishing Shoes. Written with author's permission.
If You Judge, Investigate by Laurie -- Kidfic. Suspicion of child abuse. Part of the slash series A Fair Distance, but takes place when Blair is a young teen. When Blair was fourteen he stole a microscope. He’s been summoned to Juvenile Court.
Lodestar by Laurie -- Gen. a standalone story in the mostly slash series, A Fair Distance. Set when Jim and Blair are friends, years before the events of A Fair Distance. What Jim gave Blair wasn't a Christmas present, but it was given on Christmas Day
Adramelech by Laurie -- Kidfic. Child Abuse. Twelve year old Jimmy Ellison has his first experience with the supernatural. Rated PG-17 for violence.
Penalty by Laurie -- A missing scene from the episode Killers. Partners stick together.
Sandburg, the Computer Savvy Saviour by Laurie -- What happened before that fishing trip to Clayton Falls? Gen; a prequel to the slash story On the Road, Again, but can be read as a stand alone story.
by Laurie -- Jim and Blair debate the virtues of weightlifting and