Two Highlander novels by Palladia, Storie & Wain published in one issue. Versions of these stories have previously appeared on the Highlander Holyground Forum as part of the Mid-Week Challenges. They are not currently archived online. 121 reduced print pages. Full color cover and back cover by Cat’s Meow Creative Arts. Beautiful interiors including two gorgeous full drawings by Karen River. Approximately 92,000 words. Reduced print (Times New Roman, 11 point, in columnar format).
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Folie à Deux: The novel alternates between the present in New Orleans during Mardi Gras and the very early 19th century, also in New Orleans. In New Orleans for Mardi Gras, Duncan masquerades as Jean Lafitte, just as he had done two centuries before. Déjà vu strikes as old resemblances and old grudges pull him into the Immortal privateer's plots again and Joe Dawson and Methos are along for the ride.
Parts Unknown: Paris in winter can be very cold, and the barge an icebox. Escaping to the South Pacific, Duncan discovers a view of Connor he had never known when he meets up with an old friend of his mentor’s. The arrival of Joe Dawson on the scene and a tug-of-war over some very important documents left behind by Connor complicate matters. The novel alternates between the present in Paris, New Caledonia, and Australia—primarily Australia —and the late 18th century in Australia.
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