About

Currently there are a two major book series and you can read more about them from the links below:


About the Author

A.J. Hall is resident in Greater Manchester, which was once, before the infamous depredations of the 1974 Local Government Acts, rightfully part of the County Palatine of Lancashire.

Fandoms include Sherlock, Mary Renault, Antonia Forest’s Marlows, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, Lord Peter Wimsey, the Vorkosiverse, Harry Potter and numerous others. Crossovers are liable to break out without warning. Hall’s major ongoing fandom project at present is The Queen of Gondal, which is a quasi-historical AU of the BBC Sherlock series set (more or less) in three fantasy kingdoms devised by the Bronte children. The Gondal saga concerns the doings of a set of supremely dysfunctional bunch of royals and their friends, enemies, lovers, haters and associates, set in the late seventeenth century in three fictional countries located in the Balkans but with weather, geography, geopolitics and culture arranged to suit the whims of plot and atmosphere.

Hall’s hobbies include sailing, previously around the UK but now in warmer waters.


Book Ratings

The ‘ratings’ are loosely based upon those used by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) and are meant only as a rough quide. These are FanFic ebooks, so concerned parents or anyone else with specific concerns should read them first and decide for themselves and/or contact us for further information.

Since these ebooks are mainly in the detective fiction genre, there is a considerable amount of non-graphic violence and characters are prone to die without notice. The language used is consistent with the genre and source materials.

In conformity with BBFC practice, ratings are not increased simply because a relationship is same sex; the rating depends on the degree of explicitness of behaviour portrayed.


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The font family used on this website and in these books is Source Serif Pro by Frank Grießhammer.