marysutherland: (Mark Gatiss)
BBC Sherlock

Rating 15 (explicit slash, swearing)

Summary: What does Greg do after Mycroft's revelations?

Many thanks to The Small Hobbit for betaing.

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8.


Maybe Mycroft was like Lord Voldemort, and if you said his name he could track you down from that alone.  )
marysutherland: (Rupert)
BBC Sherlock

Rating 15 (explicit slash, swearing)

Summary: Greg's not quite as alone as he thought he was.

Many thanks to The Small Hobbit for betaing.

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7.

The next nasty surprise was the door-stepping.  )

Part 9
marysutherland: (Sherlock in uniform)
BBC Sherlock

Rating 15 (explicit slash, swearing)

Summary: If only Sherlock had co-operated, talked to Greg, things might have been different.

Many thanks to The Small Hobbit for betaing.

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6.


Sherlock had obviously decided to finish 2010 as he'd started it, by being a complete tosser. )

Part 8
marysutherland: (JHW B&W)
BBC Sherlock

Rating 15 (explicit slash, swearing)

Summary: Why had Greg spent so many years believing Sherlock could ever change?

Many thanks to The Small Hobbit for betaing.

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5.

The next time Greg saw Sherlock, it was because a plane had fallen out of the sky over Dusseldorf. )

Part 7
marysutherland: (Mary Sutherland)
BBC Sherlock

Rating 15 (explicit slash, swearing)

Summary: What should Greg do once he's out of the fogs of Devon?

Many thanks to The Small Hobbit for betaing.

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

Alec's flat in Mutton Cove was cramped, but neat, full of photos of Dartmoor in all seasons. )

Part 6
marysutherland: (Rupert)
BBC Sherlock

Rating 15 (explicit slash, swearing)

Summary: When Greg gets a lungful of some weird gas during the Baskerville case it's not surprising that things get out of control...

Many thanks to The Small Hobbit for betaing.

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3


It had been asking for trouble for Greg to say he was enjoying himself at The Cross Keys )

Part 5
marysutherland: (Sherlock and John)
BBC Sherlock

Rating 15 (explicit slash, swearing)

Summary: If he let this go, that was it, Greg knew. Every hold on Sherlock broken, if he covered this up...

Many thanks to The Small Hobbit for betaing.

Part 1, Part 2


What fouled up a marriage, of course, wasn't always the known unknowns. )



Part 4
marysutherland: (Sherlock in uniform)
BBC Sherlock

Rating 15 (explicit slash, swearing)

Summary: Sherlock may be off drugs, but that doesn't make him easier for Lestrade to handle...

Many thanks to The Small Hobbit for betaing.

Part 1

Greg hadn't planned to spend Twelfth Night in a bar with an attractive man. )

Part 3
marysutherland: (Rupert)
BBC Sherlock

Rating 15 (explicit slash, swearing)

Summary: There's a simple reason why Lestrade puts up with Sherlock...

Many thanks to The Small Hobbit for betaing.

Note: the timeline of this story reflects an attempt to make some sense of the mess that is Series 2 chronology, and was adapted from suggestions originally made by Mad Maudlin. She produced a timetable in which some of the events of Hounds and Fall took place during the whole year covered by Scandal. I've combined this with another suggestion (whose original source I can unfortunately no longer locate): that Hounds takes place before the Christmas party in Scandal, because Mrs Hudson's 'new dress' in Hounds is the one she's wearing then. In summary, this fic has the events of Hounds taking place in the summer of 2010, before Sherlock meets Irene. The significance of this will eventually be revealed...


Sometimes Greg couldn't help thinking it would have been better if he'd never met Sherlock Holmes )

Part 2
marysutherland: (Rupert)
BBC Sherlock

Rating 12 (violence, implicit slash)

Spoilers: minor for series 2

It was Fengirl's second LJ birthday last week. I thought she needed some wet!Lestrade to celebrate.


Sherlock comes back from the dead after three months, because he's an impatient bugger. Also because you can't haunt your own grave for long before a wily old copper gets suspicious. After he catches Sherlock, Lestrade gives him a clip round the ear. Well, it starts as that. It's remarkable what Sherlock's picked up from three months doing nothing but watching people in churchyards.

"Colonel Moran," Lestrade tells Sherlock much, much later. "At the Olympics. With the air-gun. He's out to revenge Moriarty. Mycroft's got intelligence that he's targeting Zara." He expects to have to explain Zara. He's not expecting that Sherlock's deleted the very idea of London 2012.

***

Lestrade also expects that chasing all round Greenwich Park will go wrong, and sure enough, who ends up in the drink at a cross-country water jump? The muddy figure that he and Sherlock drag from its position half under the fence is oddly familiar. Kitty Riley, desperate for a royal scoop to regain her place on the tabloid front pages.

Lestrade's phone rings when they're drying themselves out; he listens as Mycroft splutters about appalling breaches of security.

"Moran fooled us," he tells Sherlock. "His target was at the main park."

"A man's dead," Sherlock replies, puzzled. "I'm happy, but why are you smiling?"

"Moran chose his target well. He shot Boris."
marysutherland: (Mark Gatiss)

BBC Sherlock

Rating 15 (swearing, implicit slash)

Summary: Greg's plan to win Mycroft is obviously illegal and stupid. Good job he's got some help...

Note: much of this chapter runs in parallel to the fic that inspired it (Second Skin's Persuasion), and may make more sense if read alongside it.

Betaed by the wonderful Small Hobbit.

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6




One week, two weeks and no message from Mycroft. )

marysutherland: (Anthea)

BBC Sherlock

Rating 15 (swearing, implicit slash)

Summary: Greg finds out what's happened to Irene Adler. And to Jim Moriarty.

This was inspired by Second Skin's Persuasion, and started off as a prequel and remix of that. It has ended up much, much longer...

Note: The chronology of Series 2 is notoriously dodgy. This fic assumes that Scandal takes place in April 2010-Summer 2011, Hounds in Summer 2011 and Fall in Spring-Summer 2012. There are spoilers for Scandal and Hounds in later parts.

Betaed by the wonderful Small Hobbit.

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5


The divorce finally came through in May and Greg spent the night with John at 221B. )

Half empty

Jun. 8th, 2012 09:22 am
marysutherland: (JHW B&W)
BBC Sherlock

Rating 18 (explicit slash). Warning for dub-con.

Spoilers: minor for The Reichenbach Fall

Summary: Greg and John's attempts to trap Colonel Moran go horribly wrong.

Originally written for aridanes-string and a Five Acts Meme asking for "Fuck or Die". Betaed by the wonderful Zauzat.




Their plan to capture Colonel Moran had gone wrong, of course. )
marysutherland: (JHW B&W)
BBC Sherlock

Rating: 18 (slash)

Spoilers: For The Reichenbach Fall

A sequel to There May Be Trouble Ahead, Before They Ask Us to Pay the Bill and While We Still Have the Chance.
Betated by the ever wonderful Blooms84.

Part 1, Part 2

Summary: Sherlock's dead, but John's still alive and kicking.


A week later John finally makes himself read the newspapers )

marysutherland: (Mark Gatiss)
BBC Sherlock

Rating 12 (implicit slash)

Spoilers: minor for The Reichenbach Fall

Summary: Mycroft's doing a little preparation for Moriarty's trial.

For Pudupudu who pointed out to me that Ian Hallard (Mark Gatiss' husband) made a brief appearance as a barrister in Fall.


Mycroft considered British justice to be the best in the world, but occasionally it did need a little assistance. The judge presiding over the "trial of the century" was sound and counsel for the prosecution had been warned about Sherlock. Time for a private meeting with another key player.

Daniel Crayhill was unremarkable in appearance: an experienced barrister, but not a stellar name. He looked nervous as he stood in the warehouse facing Mycroft.

"Why did you take Mr Moriarty's case?" Mycroft inquired silkily. "You're hardly going to enhance your reputation losing such a high profile trial."

"Every accused person has the right to have their defence heard."

"And that defence is?"

"None of your business, sir."

An unexpected response. Time for some pressure perhaps.

"It's your lucky day, Mr Crayhill. When you go home you'll find fifty thousand pounds more in your bank account."

"I can't be bribed, sir."

"What if the police found out?"

"Or blackmailed."

"How would you explain the money away, then?"

Crayhill looked at him for a moment and then announced. "Say I moonlight as a rentboy.  I'm not having my professional integrity called into question."

Tougher than he looked, and able to think on his feet. Maybe off them as well. Mycroft wondered if after the trial it might be worth investigating Daniel Crayhill's briefs.

marysutherland: (Wallpaper)
Sherlock BBC

Rating 12 (implicit slash)

Spoilers: for A Scandal in Belgravia

Summary: Sherlock doesn't notice everything.


"I trust your brother is as good as you claim," Harry Pointdextre said, once he and Mycroft were alone. "Can't say he has much to recommend him otherwise."

"No?" Mycroft said, raising an eyebrow. "Which was doubtless why you were surreptitiously checking him out during our conversation? I thought Dr Watson would be more your type."

"Excellent chap, but far too short. You know my tastes, Mycroft. But I'm not sure it's quite the thing to tease your little brother if he is inexperienced in the bedroom department."

"I wanted to distract him from deducing your preferences. But Sherlock's not a virgin; he's simply given up sexual encounters."

"Can hardly be for lack of offers, I'm sure. From either side of the fence."

"He claims he prefers to focus on the life of the mind. I suspect it's more that he's hopeless at sex. No quicker passion-killer than someone realising that their partner's mind is currently focused on bloodstains. Multitasking is not advisable on those occasions."

"Well, let's hope he can still sort out Miss Adler and deal with those photos. Thanks for your help, as well, Mycroft. And, under the circumstances, if you'd like a quick tour of the palace's private rooms, I'd be happy to show you round now."

"I'd be delighted. Starting, one presumes – hopes – in your bedroom."

marysutherland: (Dimmock)

BBC Sherlock

Rating 18 (explicit slash, homophobia, general unhappiness)

Spoilers: set pre-Series 1, no spoilers for Series 2

Originally written for a Sherlock rare-pair prompt for dysfunctional Dimmock/Lestrade.

Betaed by the lovely Shouldboverthis.


There were two rules Lestrade had stuck to over the years regarding sex: never sleep with colleagues and always remember to use a condom. And here he was about to break them both with Mark Dimmock. The stupid thing was, he didn't even really fancy the man. )

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