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SON OF DEMETER, NO FRIEND TO HADES

Fandom: BBC Sherlock

Summary: No, it’s not impossible, because he saw it happen before his eyes. Improbable, perhaps. Yes. But there has always been something improbable about John.

Characters: Sherlock, John, and Moriarty

Pairing: Sherlock/John

Words: 6,500

Notes: Written for [personal profile] zaffrefic for summer 2017 [community profile] holmestice. Thanks to [personal profile] pipmer1, the most enthusiastic beta! And thanks to [personal profile] arianedevere for the wonderful resource that is her episode transcripts – I referred to the transcript of The Great Game a lot for this.


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SON OF DEMETER, NO FRIEND TO HADES )



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BUDS AND BELLS AND STARS WITHOUT A NAME

Fandom: BBC Sherlock

Summary: Where Greg could have sworn an oak tree had stood a moment before, there was now instead a very posh man in a long, dark coat.

…In which Greg Lestrade has lunch in a city garden, and gets way more than he bargained for.

Characters: Greg Lestrade, Sherlock, cameos from Mycroft, Mrs Hudson, Donovan, Moriarty (sort of) and Redbeard (sort of); eventual Sherlock/Lestrade, but can also be read as mostly gen

CHAPTER FIVE )
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BUDS AND BELLS AND STARS WITHOUT A NAME

Fandom: BBC Sherlock

Summary: Where Greg could have sworn an oak tree had stood a moment before, there was now instead a very posh man in a long, dark coat.

…In which Greg Lestrade has lunch in a city garden, and gets way more than he bargained for.

Characters: Greg Lestrade, Sherlock, cameos from Mycroft, Mrs Hudson, Donovan, Moriarty (sort of) and Redbeard (sort of); eventual Sherlock/Lestrade, but can also be read as mostly gen

CHAPTER FOUR )
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BUDS AND BELLS AND STARS WITHOUT A NAME

Fandom: BBC Sherlock

Summary: Where Greg could have sworn an oak tree had stood a moment before, there was now instead a very posh man in a long, dark coat.

…In which Greg Lestrade has lunch in a city garden, and gets way more than he bargained for.

Characters: Greg Lestrade, Sherlock, cameos from Mycroft, Mrs Hudson, Donovan, Moriarty (sort of) and Redbeard (sort of); eventual Sherlock/Lestrade, but can also be read as mostly gen

CHAPTER THREE )
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BUDS AND BELLS AND STARS WITHOUT A NAME

Fandom: BBC Sherlock

Summary: Where Greg could have sworn an oak tree had stood a moment before, there was now instead a very posh man in a long, dark coat.

…In which Greg Lestrade has lunch in a city garden, and gets way more than he bargained for.

Characters: Greg Lestrade, Sherlock, cameos from Mycroft, Mrs Hudson, Donovan, Moriarty (sort of) and Redbeard (sort of); eventual Sherlock/Lestrade, but can also be read as mostly gen

CHAPTER TWO )
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BUDS AND BELLS AND STARS WITHOUT A NAME

Fandom: BBC Sherlock

Summary: Where Greg could have sworn an oak tree had stood a moment before, there was now instead a very posh man in a long, dark coat.

…In which Greg Lestrade has lunch in a city garden, and gets way more than he bargained for.

Characters: Greg Lestrade, Sherlock, cameos from Mycroft, Mrs Hudson, Donovan, Moriarty (sort of) and Redbeard (sort of); eventual Sherlock/Lestrade, but can also be read as mostly gen

Length: 5 short chapters (ca. 12,000 words total)

Notes: This was my Winter 2015 Holmestice gift for biswholocked, whose fun requests included: fantasy or magical realism or Sherlock as some kind of supernatural/fae/magical being, emotional exploration between characters, some danger, possibly casefic, and Sherlock/Lestrade…

I'm rather proud of this one, because I did many things that were new for me! In Sherlock fandom, so far I'd mostly only written serious, introspective one-shots about Mycroft and Sherlock (in fact, the final one of those is coming tomorrow!), but this one is longer, with more plot and action and even a bit of romance! Plus fantastical mythical beasts!

Thank you to the [livejournal.com profile] thesmallhobbit for such a fast, helpful beta, and to [livejournal.com profile] arianedevere for your amazing dialogue file. Phrases you recognise, dear reader, are either drawn from Arthur Conan Doyle himself (namely Holmes’ descriptions of Moriarty in “The Final Problem”) or BBC canon.

Story takes place pre-canon in a slightly alternate universe.

Also at AO3!

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CHAPTER ONE (I'll post all the chapters now, but I'll hide the subsequent ones from the feed so as not to flood you all! )

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