The Castellan of the EaglesA.J. Hall
The Castellan of the Eagles is the second in a series of Queen of Gondal books and is a quasi-historical AU of the BBC Sherlock series set (more or less) in three fantasy kingdoms devised by the Bronte children. It is also a cross-over with the BBC Life on Mars series. You might like to refer to their suggested reading order, family trees & series information.
The Castellan of Castle Cavron learns of an impending official inspection by one Lord Osric, equerry to the Crown Prince. Will his ill-assorted crew of garrison officers be able to cope with the strain? And who is this ‘Lord Osric’ anyway?
Warnings: The author chooses not to warn.
Thanks to kalypso for betaing. Originally a birthday present for clanwilliam and caulkhead.
The central original photopgraph is of the Riegersburg, Steiermark, Österreich, the photograph is by Marion Schneider & Christoph Aistleitner. The original cover background is from a 16th-17th century calligrapic fragment of a lovers lament by an unknown calligrapher, the photograph is by DrFO.Jr.Tn. The fonts used in this book are from the Source Serif Pro font family by Frank Grießhammer.
The images and fonts were used under license detailed on their respective website pages at the date of this book publication.
As usual, Russ from shoes for industry designed the book cover, produced the books and compiled the on-line work.
The opinions, prejudices, faults and spelling herein are all my own work, and I apologise in advance for them.
This work is created as a transformative work on a not-for-profit basis. All rights in the underlying properties are those of their respective holders.
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