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15th Jul '17 10:38:08 AM nombretomado
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* GenteelInterbellumSetting: The series effectively extends this into the 1950s, with Britain only participating in WorldWarII from 1939-41.

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* GenteelInterbellumSetting: The series effectively extends this into the 1950s, with Britain only participating in WorldWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII from 1939-41.
2nd Apr '17 10:54:08 AM nombretomado
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* AllohistoricalAllusion: An unnamed handsome singer from Liverpool at the British Power rally in ''Half a Crown'' is almost certainly PaulMcCartney. Several references are made to a science fiction novel titled ''[[Literature/NineteenEightyFour 1974]]''.

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* AllohistoricalAllusion: An unnamed handsome singer from Liverpool at the British Power rally in ''Half a Crown'' is almost certainly PaulMcCartney.Music/PaulMcCartney. Several references are made to a science fiction novel titled ''[[Literature/NineteenEightyFour 1974]]''.
17th Dec '16 1:07:32 PM StFan
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* {{Homage}}: David and Lucy Kahn's story owes quite a bit to ''BridesheadRevisited'', albeit with a happier ending for their relationship- up until the events of ''Farthing'', that is.

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* {{Homage}}: David and Lucy Kahn's story owes quite a bit to ''BridesheadRevisited'', ''Literature/BridesheadRevisited'', albeit with a happier ending for their relationship- up until the events of ''Farthing'', that is.
22nd Apr '16 8:46:50 PM Doug86
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* BiTheWay: David Kahn was his future wife Lucy's brother's best friend and lover in the RAF. David is very reluctant to admit it, but Lucy completely understands -- she prefers David having loved somebody whom she also loved, rather than some random other woman. Lucy seems to have particularly good {{Gaydar}}, spotting those who are "Greek" (gay), "[[AlexanderTheGreat Macedonian]]" (bi), and "Roman" (straight).

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* BiTheWay: David Kahn was his future wife Lucy's brother's best friend and lover in the RAF. David is very reluctant to admit it, but Lucy completely understands -- she prefers David having loved somebody whom she also loved, rather than some random other woman. Lucy seems to have particularly good {{Gaydar}}, spotting those who are "Greek" (gay), "[[AlexanderTheGreat "[[UsefulNotes/AlexanderTheGreat Macedonian]]" (bi), and "Roman" (straight).
29th Dec '15 7:24:23 AM GnomeTitan
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* GreatOffScreenWar: Germany continues fighting on the Eastern Front past 1949; Japan conquered most of China.

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* GreatOffScreenWar: Germany continues fighting on the Eastern Front past 1949; Japan has conquered most of China.China but continues to fight "insurgents" there.
29th Dec '15 7:23:08 AM GnomeTitan
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* ConcertClimax: in ''Ha'penny''

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%% * ConcertClimax: in ''Ha'penny''



* EvilCripple: [[spoiler:Mark Normanby]] after the events of ''Ha'Penny''.

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* DepravedHomosexual: When the police investigation in ''Farthing'' reveals that [[spoiler: Normanby]] was arrested for having sex with a male prostitute, but used his influence to make the charges "disappear", the reaction of at least some of the police is to view him as this. They make certain not to mention this in public, though.
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* EvilCripple: [[spoiler:Mark Normanby]] after the events of ''Ha'Penny''.



* GreatOffScreenWar: Germany continued fighting on the Eastern Front past 1949; Japan conquered most of China.

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* GreatOffScreenWar: Germany continued continues fighting on the Eastern Front past 1949; Japan conquered most of China.



* HonoraryUncle: Carmichael to Elvira in ''Half a Crown''
* INeverSaidItWasPoison: in ''Farthing''.
* KilledToUpholdTheMasquerade: [[spoiler:Alan Brown, Agnes Timms, and Lady Thirke]] in ''Farthing''.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: in ''Ha'penny''

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%% * HonoraryUncle: Carmichael to Elvira in ''Half a Crown''
* INeverSaidItWasPoison: In ''Farthing'', the police keep Thirkie's true cause of death a secret. A particularly damning piece of evidence against one of the murderers is that she mentions how he was killed in ''Farthing''.
a conversation.
* KilledToUpholdTheMasquerade: [[spoiler:Alan Brown, Agnes Timms, and potentially Lady Thirke]] Thirke (the book doesn't mention if she survives or not)]] in ''Farthing''.
''Farthing'' are killed to suppress evidence.
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: in ''Ha'penny''



* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: the eccentric upper-class Larkin sisters central to ''Ha'Penny'' are clearly based on the real [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitford_family Mitford sisters]], right down to some becoming fascists and one becoming a communist. Unity Mitford is mentioned in ''Half a Crown'', so they still exist.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: the NoCelebritiesWereHarmed:
** The
eccentric upper-class Larkin sisters central to ''Ha'Penny'' are clearly based on the real [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitford_family Mitford sisters]], right down to some becoming fascists and one becoming a communist. Unity Mitford is mentioned in ''Half a Crown'', so they still exist.



* SettledForGay: Poor Daphne Normanby.

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* SettledForGay: Poor Daphne Normanby.Normanby - or, rather, her family. After her scandalous affair with a married man when she was 17, her family quickly marries her off to the first suitable candidate. Never mind that his only interest in women is to maintain a respectable facade as a married man.



* UndergroundRailroad: The Inner Watch.

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* UndergroundRailroad: The Inner Watch.Watch works to help victims of the political oppression escape the country.



* WhereEverybodyKnowsYourFlame: The Caravan Club in ''Half a Crown.''

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%% * WhereEverybodyKnowsYourFlame: The Caravan Club in ''Half a Crown.''
29th Dec '15 4:47:23 AM GnomeTitan
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* BiTheWay: David Kahn was his future wife's Lucy's brother's best friend and lover in the RAF. David is very reluctant to admit it, but Lucy completely understands -- she prefers David having loved somebody whom she also loved, rather than some random other woman. Lucy seems to have particularly good {{Gaydar}}, spotting those who are "Greek" (gay), "[[AlexanderTheGreat Macedonian]]" (bi), and "Roman" (straight).

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* BiTheWay: David Kahn was his future wife's wife Lucy's brother's best friend and lover in the RAF. David is very reluctant to admit it, but Lucy completely understands -- she prefers David having loved somebody whom she also loved, rather than some random other woman. Lucy seems to have particularly good {{Gaydar}}, spotting those who are "Greek" (gay), "[[AlexanderTheGreat Macedonian]]" (bi), and "Roman" (straight).
29th Dec '15 4:46:17 AM GnomeTitan
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''Farthing'' starts out as a classic English country-house murder mystery, investigated by Inspector Carmichael of Scotland Yard, but becomes darker and more complicated as Carmichael begins tripping over the political threads that run through the case. Things go downhill from there, for Carmichael personally and for England as a whole.

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''Farthing'' starts out as a classic English country-house murder mystery, investigated by Inspector Carmichael of Scotland Yard, but becomes darker and more complicated as Carmichael begins tripping over the political threads that run through the case. Things go gfio downhill from there, for Carmichael personally and for England as a whole.



* BiTheWay: David Kahn was his future wife's Lucy's brother's best friend and lover in the RAF. David is very reluctant to admit it, but Lucy completely understands -- she prefers David having loved somebody that she also loved rather than some random other woman. Lucy seems to have particularly good {{Gaydar}}, spotting those who are "Greek" (gay), "[[AlexanderTheGreat Macedonian]]" (bi), and "Roman" (straight).
* ABloodyMess: In ''Farthing'' the murder victim's body has been arranged with a knife sticking out of his chest and a large red stain on his shirt, which is fist assumed to blood but is soon discovered to be lipstick.

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* BiTheWay: David Kahn was his future wife's Lucy's brother's best friend and lover in the RAF. David is very reluctant to admit it, but Lucy completely understands -- she prefers David having loved somebody that whom she also loved loved, rather than some random other woman. Lucy seems to have particularly good {{Gaydar}}, spotting those who are "Greek" (gay), "[[AlexanderTheGreat Macedonian]]" (bi), and "Roman" (straight).
* ABloodyMess: In ''Farthing'' the murder victim's body has been arranged with a knife sticking out of his chest and a large red stain on his shirt, which is fist at first assumed to be blood but is soon discovered to be lipstick.
29th Dec '15 4:43:56 AM GnomeTitan
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* AllohistoricalAllusion / DifferentWorldDifferentMovies: An unnamed handsome singer from Liverpool at the British Power rally in ''Half a Crown'' is almost certainly PaulMcCartney. Several references are made to a science fiction novel titled ''[[Literature/NineteenEightyFour 1974]]''.
* AlternateHistory: The main departure point is the US not supplying the Allies through the Lend-Lease Act.

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* AllohistoricalAllusion / DifferentWorldDifferentMovies: AllohistoricalAllusion: An unnamed handsome singer from Liverpool at the British Power rally in ''Half a Crown'' is almost certainly PaulMcCartney. Several references are made to a science fiction novel titled ''[[Literature/NineteenEightyFour 1974]]''.
* AlternateHistory: The main departure point is the US not entering World War II (and not supplying the Allies through the Lend-Lease Act.Act). The US has a non-interventionist administration led by president Lindbergh, and appparently Pearl Harbor hasn't happened and the US and Japan are on friendly terms.



* BiTheWay: David Kahn was Lucy's brother's best friend and lover in the RAF- David is very reluctant to admit it, but Lucy completely understands. Lucy seems to have particularly good {{Gaydar}}, spotting those who are "Greek" (gay), "[[AlexanderTheGreat Macedonian]]" (bi), and "Roman" (straight).
* ABloodyMess: in ''Farthing''

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* BiTheWay: David Kahn was his future wife's Lucy's brother's best friend and lover in the RAF- RAF. David is very reluctant to admit it, but Lucy completely understands.understands -- she prefers David having loved somebody that she also loved rather than some random other woman. Lucy seems to have particularly good {{Gaydar}}, spotting those who are "Greek" (gay), "[[AlexanderTheGreat Macedonian]]" (bi), and "Roman" (straight).
* ABloodyMess: in ''Farthing''In ''Farthing'' the murder victim's body has been arranged with a knife sticking out of his chest and a large red stain on his shirt, which is fist assumed to blood but is soon discovered to be lipstick.



* [[spoiler: EverybodyDidIt]]: ''Farthing''
8th Feb '15 1:39:28 PM allium
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The short story "Escape to Other Worlds With Science Fiction" is set in the United States in the same timeline, with different characters.

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The short story [[http://www.tor.com/stories/2009/02/escape-to-other-worlds-with-science-fiction "Escape to Other Worlds With Science Fiction" Fiction"]] is set in the United States in the same timeline, with different characters.
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