Rituals (Starsky & Hutch/Sentinel zine)

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Zine
Title: Rituals
Publisher: AMC Press, then Requiem Publications
Editor:
Author(s): Candy Apple
Cover Artist(s): TACS
Illustrator(s): TACS
Date(s): 2003 (written), 2004 (posted online), February 2005 (print zine)
Series?: yes
Medium: print zine
Size:
Genre: slash
Fandom: Starsky and Hutch/Sentinel
Language: English
External Links: Outside Influences series online
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cover by TACS

Rituals is a slash 178-page novel by Candy Apple. It is a Starsky and Hutch/The Sentinel crossover.

Cover and art by TACS.

This is number fifteen of "Best of the Net."

It was first published by AMC Press in 2005. In 2018, it was reissued in print and PDF by Requiem Publications.

This story was written for 2003's Moonridge Auction.

Series

  • Rituals (2005)

Summary

From the distributor, "The story does not take 'The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg' into account as canon. This was the author’s story for the 2003 Moonridge Auction. In this hard copy version, she has corrected an inconsistency that appears in the 'net version. As Jim and Blair contemplate the kind of commitment ceremony they really want, a chilling murder case brings them together again professionally with Starsky and Hutch, and jeopardizes their future."

Author's Notes

Disclaimers: Jim, Blair, Starsky and Hutch do not belong to me. No infringement intended. The original characters are mine. Big deal. ;-)

Notes: This story is a sequel to "Primary Subject" in the Outside Influences universe, and is also a crossover with Starsky & Hutch. The story does not take "The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg" into account as canon. This is my story for the 2003 Moonridge Auction.

I did not write and do not own the song lyrics that appear in this story

Thank you: To my friend and medical advisor, Lucy. If there are any glaring medical absurdities in this story, they're mine, not hers.

Summary: As Jim and Blair contemplate the kind of commitment ceremony they really want, a chilling murder case brings them together again professionally with Starsky and Hutch, and jeopardizes their future.

Warnings: Love and romance, endearments, assorted mushy family stuff, violence, sex, some language...you can decide which of the above are warnings or incentives. ;-)