Thistle and Sabre
|Title:||Thistle and Sabre|
|Publisher:||Clan McHorny Press|
|Editor(s):||Robin Schindler and Christine Reynolds|
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Thistle and Sabre 1 contains 150 pages, was published in 1994 and was the winner of a 1995 FanQ. It is a collection of 17 stories, poems, lists, and other. Authors/Artists: Laura Miles, Jane Mailander, Debbie Douglass, Julie Beamer, Lynn Hull, more.
Thistle and Sabre 2A contains 154 pages. It was published in 1996. Color cover by Caldwell & Miles
- The Teacher by Jane Freitag. Prequel to the story "Relatives." Without a mentor, teen Immortal Devlin Agree cannot hope to survive in Victorian London. But who will find him?--friend or foe?
- Crossings by Jimmi Smith-Schneider. Duncan is forced to make a decision he hoped he would never have to face, when he is reunited with a friend who is dying of AIDS.
- Highlander Surprise by Laura Michaels. There's a conspiracy brewing, and Richie seems to be at the heart of it.
- The Decision by Rene Gibson. A Highlander/Doctor Who crossover. An inadvertent trip back in time tempts Duncan with an opportunity to change the future.
- Young Man by Jane Freitag. "Born of a bullet, will you die from a sword?" Richie's destiny is examined in song.
- The Visitation by Julie Beamer and Karen Harris. Trouble always seems to follow Duncan's old friend Riona...and this visitation is no exception!
- Sweet Rain by Lisa Morrissey. Is the budding romance between Richie Ryan and Alexandra Sheridan doomed from the start?
- If I Could Turn Back Time by Sandra McDonald (an epilogue to "Under the Color of Authority"). How can Duncan make amends for the words that sent Richie away?
- Reasonable Addendum by Jimmi Smith-Schneider. Joe Dawson reads Duncan's final letter to the now-elderly Watcher...
Thistle and Sabre 2B contains some het. It is 211 pages, was published in 1996, and has a color cover by Lynn G. Hocker.
- Down The Rabbit Hole by P.J. Boston. Could Duncan MacLeod really be mortal...with a little inadvertent help from his "alter ego"?
- Gentlemen's Rules by Marg Baskin. When an "old friend"--2000-year-old Immortal assassin Julian Carlisle--reappears on the trail of a Nazi war criminal, Duncan and Tessa are led into unexpected danger.
- Dark Eyes by Jane Freitag. "What's behind those Dark Eyes" that define Duncan MacLeod?
- A Promise Kept by Nancy Melito (sequel to "Epitaph for Tommy"). Duncan keeps his word and visits widow Betty Bannon in her new Scottish home.