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Rating
Mature
Chapters
10
Words
59,323
Characters
Fred, George, OC, OtherCanon
Primary Relationship
Other Pairing
Secondary Relationship(s)
Genre(s)
Drama, Mystery, Romance
Era
Hogwarts
Advisory
Contains profanity, Strong violence, Scenes of a sexual nature, Substance abuse, Sensitive topic/issue/theme, Spoilers
Story Reviews
43
Status
Work In Progress (WIP)
First Published
2013-05-28 3:56pm
Last Chapter
2016-04-27 10:36pm
Last Updated
2016-04-27 10:36pm

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Ch. # Chapter Title Word Count Reviews
1 One for Sorrow

The London day is grey, and my best friend is dead.

4,361 11
2 Knockturn Alley

The Clearwater girl was only the first.

6,051 6
3 The Clearwater Remains

Dark hair and laughing eyes flashing through my dreams, hiding in the bend of a corridor, the remains of Penelope vanishing into the ancient stones of Hogwarts.

8,154 6
4 Londoners

My mother's funeral was held here: she was a Londoner, born within the peals of the Bow bells as she often laughed to me as we passed down the way.

5,938 4
5 Two for Joy

I wonder if the magpies are keeping a nest there, perhaps collecting coins and little shiny trinkets to clutch close to themselves. As I walk home, the magpie nursery rhyme rings in my mind, like it did the day Penelope died and a single magpie fluttered across my path.

8,313 3
6 Secrets and Mysteries

The fact of the matter is that it takes me a few days to figure out where I heard the name Christian Haynes before.

6,450 3
7 Trouble

Mr. Weasley sighs, massaging his forehead with his fingertips.

6,156 3
8 The Legend of the Gemini Crowns

It is not until lunchtime the next day that I remember about the mysterious book and note left outside my door.

5,660 3
9 Three For A Girl

It is with not with entirely unpleasant surprise that I find my eyes adjusting to the bright light trickling through George Weasley’s rather ragged drapes.

3,242 3
10 Barriers of Skin

Because I am my father's child, the clients and merchants and colleagues owe me the respect to give me a chance. But it is more than blood, it is worth: since leaving Hogwarts, I have earned that respect as a judge of quality and authenticity, as skilled in negotiating prices, in running the shop and making sales. I have pledged my life and my passion to the shop: and truthfully, without my mother, without Penelope or Sebastian, I have little else to keep my life consistent.

4,998 1

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