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Thank you to those who nominated Alberte for the Burton Award for the Best New Writer for 2000! It was an honor to have been nominated among such a talented group of fellow writers.
Closer Than You Think
After a member of Major Crimes is injured, Blair discovers that
the Internet brings people closer than you'd think.
Time and Tides
A sunny day, a walk on the beach...
What could go wrong?
Nature can be deadly as well as beautiful.
Blair becomes the unfortunate pawn in a plan to take down
the Cascade PD and take over the streets of Cascade.
Blair and Jim receive help from an unexpected source
in resolving a tough case.
Fall and Rise
A routine investigation goes horribly wrong in an instant.
Right Place, Wrong Times
As Y2K approaches, "Millenium Madness" strikes,
bringing unexpected consequences to Jim and Blair.
Is friendship enough to see them through?
It Must Be My Day
A Giftfic for our late friend, Julie.
Formerly posted to the SentinelAngst List.
For Saving Grace
Jim discovers that his mother may be alive and well
and living in Spokane, when CPD receives a report that
a woman with the former name of Grace Ellison was arrested
for charges related to prostitution and organized crime.
Jim and Blair are in the wrong place at the wrong time
when an earthquake strikes Cascade.
A "Survival" Missing Scene
Waiting For The Past
A "Waiting Room" Missing Scene
A 2001 Burton Award nominee for Favorite Episode Epilogue
No Going Back
A "The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg" Missing Scene
A "Murder 101" Missing Scene
Most Definitely Wanted
A "Most Wanted" Missing Scene
The 2001 Burton Award winner for Favorite Missing Scene
Jim and Blair return to the Temple of the Sentinels in the wake
of events in Shaman's Heart and Shaman's Soul.
Blair's graduation approaches, but a set-up
may jeapardize his future.
A 2002 Burton Award nominee for Outstanding Virtual Season Story
After Jim and Blair ignore procedures one time too many, Simon decides his best detective team needs to be taught a lesson. He assigns them a civilian ride-along, and a very safe, very boring task to help prepare for Cascade's upcoming Sesquicentennial celebration. Safe? Boring? Simon should have known better.
The 2001 Burton Award winner for Favorite BPP Episode