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Fanfic Title:
The Book of My Enemy has Been Remaindered (Pt. 7 of 7)
Author's Name:[personal profile] leone
Rating:
PG
Pairings (if any):
None
Summary:
When Jefferson Poole discovers that his bookshop has been mysteriously rearranged, he goes to Sherlock Holmes for assistance. In the process, he draws a hitherto undrawn conclusion about the relationship between Holmes and Watson.
Warnings:
None
Author's Notes:
This story is not Watson-bashing. If it seems that way, I have done something wrong. Also, the title comes from Clive James's brilliant poem of the same name.
Word Count: 2182
Previous Chapters: Chapter 1; Chapter 2; Chapter 3; Chapter 4; Chapter 5; Chapter 6

Chapter 7 

In which the sales of 3-volume novels are poor, a carpenter’s craft is revealed, Mr Poole and Mr Holmes find that they share similar views on operettas, and Scotland Yard takes its time coming to a decision. )
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Fanfic Title: The Book of My Enemy has Been Remaindered (Pt. 6 of 7)
Author's Name:[personal profile] leone
Rating:
PG
Pairings (if any):
None
Summary:
When Jefferson Poole discovers that his bookshop has been mysteriously rearranged, he goes to Sherlock Holmes for assistance. In the process, he draws a hitherto undrawn conclusion about the relationship between Holmes and Watson.
Warnings:
None
Author's Notes:
This story is not Watson-bashing. If it seems that way, I have done something wrong. Also, the title comes from Clive James's brilliant poem of the same name.
Word Count: 1326
Previous Chapters: Chapter 1; Chapter 2; Chapter 3; Chapter 4; Chapter 5

Chapter 6 

In which Mr Holmes is distracted, Dr Watson is a source of distress, Charlie Lauridson cannot hold down a job, and the cat is once again discommoded. )
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Fanfic Title:
The Book of My Enemy has Been Remaindered (Pt. 5 of 7)
Author's Name:[personal profile] leone
Rating:
PG
Pairings (if any):
None
Summary:
When Jefferson Poole discovers that his bookshop has been mysteriously rearranged, he goes to Sherlock Holmes for assistance. In the process, he draws a hitherto undrawn conclusion about the relationship between Holmes and Watson.
Warnings:
None
Author's Notes:
This story is not Watson-bashing. If it seems that way, I have done something wrong. Also, the title comes from Clive James's brilliant poem of the same name.
Word Count: 2216
Previous Chapters: Chapter 1; Chapter 2; Chapter 3; Chapter 4

Chapter 5

In which the works of Bunbury are of interest, Mr Mahew’s message boy seems not to work exclusively for that gentleman, Mr Holmes and Dr Watson go for a walk, and a fisherman proves treacherous )
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Fanfic Title:
The Book of My Enemy has Been Remaindered (Pt. 4 of 7)
Author's Name:[personal profile] leone
Rating:
PG
Pairings (if any):
None
Summary:
When Jefferson Poole discovers that his bookshop has been mysteriously rearranged, he goes to Sherlock Holmes for assistance. In the process, he draws a hitherto undrawn conclusion about the relationship between Holmes and Watson.
Warnings:
Minor character death
Author's Notes:
This story is not Watson-bashing. If it seems that way, I have done something wrong. Also, the title comes from Clive James's brilliant poem of the same name.
Word Count: 1660
Previous Chapters: Chapter 1; Chapter 2; Chapter 3

Chapter 4

In which Mr Poole’s nephews and nieces cause some discomfort, Martha Lake is a conductor of light, the tides of business at a cab stand prove to be of interest, and a strawberry roan dislikes his harness. )
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Fanfic Title:
The Book of My Enemy has Been Remaindered (Pt. 3 of 7)
Author's Name:[personal profile] leone
Rating:
G
Pairings (if any):
None
Summary:
When Jefferson Poole discovers that his bookshop has been mysteriously rearranged, he goes to Sherlock Holmes for assistance. In the process, he draws a hitherto undrawn conclusion about the relationship between Holmes and Watson.
Warnings:
A disorganized bookshop
Author's Notes:
This story is not Watson-bashing. If it seems that way, I have done something wrong. Also, the title comes from Clive James's brilliant poem of the same name.
Word Count: 1802
Previous Chapters: Chapter 1; Chapter 2

Chapter 3


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Fanfic Title:
The Book of My Enemy has Been Remaindered (Pt. 2 of 7)
Author's Name:[personal profile] leone
Rating:
G
Pairings (if any):
None
Summary:
When Jefferson Poole discovers that his bookshop has been mysteriously rearranged, he goes to Sherlock Holmes for assistance. In the process, he draws a hitherto undrawn conclusion about the relationship between Holmes and Watson.
Warnings:
A disorganized bookshop
Author's Notes:
This story is not Watson-bashing. If it seems that way, I have done something wrong. Also, the title comes from Clive James's brilliant poem of the same name.
Word Count: 1512
Previous Chapters: Chapter 1


Chapter 2

In which speedy solutions are valued, the digestive tract of a badger proves to be of investigative importance, the Marylebone workhouse is unwelcome, and Mr Williams and Mr Young assist in a deduction. )
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Fanfic Title: The Book of My Enemy has Been Remaindered (Pt. 1 of 7)
Author's Name:[personal profile] leone
Rating:
G
Pairings (if any):
None
Summary:
When Jefferson Poole discovers that his bookshop has been mysteriously rearranged, he goes to Sherlock Holmes for assistance. In the process, he draws a hitherto undrawn conclusion about the relationship between Holmes and Watson.
Warnings:
A disorganized bookshop
Author's Notes:
This story is not Watson-bashing. If it seems that way, I have done something wrong. Also, the title comes from Clive James's brilliant poem of the same name.
Word Count:
1793

Chapter 1

In which we learn the importance of reading one’s lease thoroughly, discover the values of a large stock in trade, ascend a long staircase, and see another use of overshoes beyond keeping one’s feet dry. )
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