3 Works in BBC "Sherlock" for Canon Addicts
Did you ever wonder what it would be like to be a fly on the wall for a day in the life of Mycroft Holmes? Thanks to a bomb threat at the Met that requires him to be placed in safe house, Detective Inspector Lestrade is going to get the chance. After all, wouldn’t the residence of Mycroft Holmes, minor government official, be one of the safest houses in England?
Runs parallel to the events of The Poisoned Pawn Variation , but can be read alone.
Gen., no pairings. Rated Teen for recurrent cigarette use and occasional language.
- Part 3 of The Morals of Chess
11 Nov 2015
John Watson unexpectedly finds himself a single father, with a traumatic injury and a dead wife he's not certain he should mourn. To help John in his recovery, Sherlock has invited his old flatmate to return to 221B, where they have to re-learn how to live together all the while dealing with a newborn and a new case.
A direct sequel to The Poisoned Pawn Variation.
Forewarned is forearmed. Please check the tags, this is not light and fluffy parentlock.
- Part 2 of The Morals of Chess
18 Sep 2015
At the precise moment Sherlock’s plane had lifted off of England’s soil, a video of James Moriarty appeared on every screen in the country.
Sherlock has been recalled from exile to face off against the man who once threatened to burn the heart out of him and made him jump off a roof. But Sherlock saw Moriarty die.
So who is behind the video and what do they want?
For once Sherlock doesn't know, and he can only play his pieces in what may be a deadly game of mental chess against an unknown opponent.
"I saw Moriarty die. I can’t believe it’s him, but whoever this is, clearly they share his penchant for playing games. The video interruption was merely his opening salvo, his pawn to e4. He took first move advantage and claimed dominance of the board, but the game is not won or lost in the opening move."
- Part 1 of The Morals of Chess