History Literature / SecretHistories

21st Mar '17 6:50:43 PM nombretomado
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* BadassBoast: Despite being in the [[CanonWelding wrong series]], [[{{Nightside}} Walker]] gets one in ''The Spy Who Haunted Me:''

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* BadassBoast: Despite being in the [[CanonWelding wrong series]], [[{{Nightside}} [[{{Literature/Nightside}} Walker]] gets one in ''The Spy Who Haunted Me:''



** Janissary Jane (in both ''Man with the Golden Torc'' and ''Daemons are Forever'') also appears in the {{Nightside}} series.
** Walker from {{Nightside}} is a character in ''The Spy who Haunted Me'' [[spoiler: and then reappears after his death to question the now dead Eddie for his new bosses in ''For Heaven's Eyes Only'']].

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** Janissary Jane (in both ''Man with the Golden Torc'' and ''Daemons are Forever'') also appears in the {{Nightside}} {{Literature/Nightside}} series.
** Walker from {{Nightside}} {{Literature/Nightside}} is a character in ''The Spy who Haunted Me'' [[spoiler: and then reappears after his death to question the now dead Eddie for his new bosses in ''For Heaven's Eyes Only'']].



** Dead Boy from the {{Nightside}} and J.C. Chance of the ''Literature/GhostFinders'' attend the ''Casino Infernale'' Summit meeting [[spoiler: and turn up at the end for the final fight]]. The Little Lord, a minor character from the Haven stories, shows up as one of the gamblers in the Casino itself.

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** Dead Boy from the {{Nightside}} {{Literature/Nightside}} and J.C. Chance of the ''Literature/GhostFinders'' attend the ''Casino Infernale'' Summit meeting [[spoiler: and turn up at the end for the final fight]]. The Little Lord, a minor character from the Haven stories, shows up as one of the gamblers in the Casino itself.
16th Mar '17 11:36:05 AM cordychase
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** This appears to be a running theme with the Droods in general, since they are a very large, very insular family. At one point, Eddie is fending off a list of Drood marriage prospects more "suitable" than Molly, and rejects one on the grounds that "she's inbred enough to be her own cousin".
1st Feb '17 10:48:11 AM Sharlee
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** The Confusulum, a ''really'' bizarre whatzit that Eddie makes use of in the first novel, appears in Green's final ''Hawk & Fisher''/''Forest Kingdom'' novel.

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** The Confusulum, a ''really'' bizarre whatzit that Eddie makes use of in the first novel, appears ''Golden Torc'', reappears in Green's final ''Hawk & Fisher''/''Forest Kingdom'' novel.book.
1st Feb '17 10:47:07 AM Sharlee
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** The Confusulum, a ''really'' bizarre whatzit that Eddie makes use of in the first novel, appears in Green's final ''Hawk & Fisher''/''Forest Kingdom'' novel.
1st Feb '17 10:42:12 AM Sharlee
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** The young couple who train as Jack's successors to run the Armoury are both Droods, although presumably not closely-related enough for the family's leaders to forbid their relationship.
28th Jul '16 6:16:08 AM Sharlee
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* ChallengingTheChief: Martha Drood dueled and defeated three of her sisters to become Matriarch. Subverted by her successor Capability Maggie, who evidently had no surviving sisters with equal claim to the job.
28th Jul '16 6:06:59 AM Sharlee
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* RealityIsOutToLunch: Loathly One ghoulvilles; also Little Stoke.

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* RealityIsOutToLunch: Loathly One ghoulvilles; also Little Stoke.Stoke; the Shifting Lands.
28th Jul '16 6:06:01 AM Sharlee
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* PoweredByAForsakenChild: [[spoiler: How did the Droods get their golden armor? Droods always give birth to twin babies, one of which is sacrificed to the Heart to make a torc.]]

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* PoweredByAForsakenChild: [[spoiler: How did the Droods get their golden armor? armor when the Heart was in charge? Droods always give gave birth to twin babies, one of which is was sacrificed to the Heart to make a torc.]]
28th Jul '16 6:04:09 AM Sharlee
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* OnlyKnownByHisNickname: Mr. Stab and the Blue Fairy both presumably have real names, but no one ever uses them.

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* OnlyKnownByHisNickname: Mr. Stab and the Blue Fairy both presumably have real names, but no one ever uses them. Also applies to loads of minor characters whose real names aren't stated. The Spawn of Frankenstein, such as the Bride and Lady Faire, don't seem to ''have'' real names.
28th Jul '16 5:59:14 AM Sharlee
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** Discussing the Jackson Fifty-Five, mercenary clones who provide security for Casino Infernale, may or may not be an example. Eddie and Molly discuss how it'll be a lot harder to defeat or avoid them if it does.

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** Discussing the The Jackson Fifty-Five, mercenary clones who provide security for Casino Infernale, may or may not be an example. Eddie and Molly discuss how it'll be a lot harder to defeat or avoid them if it does.this trope applies.
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