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Garrett, Randall. Lord Darcy. Baen 2002.

Garrett, Randall. Lord Darcy
Divergence: 1199 CE
What if: Richard Couer de Lion survived Chaluz, ruled well and left the Anglo-French kingdom to nephew Arthur. Eight centuries later, England and France remain under the rule of the Plantangenets. Also, magic was codified c. 1300.
Series note: Series of stories and one novel, all of which have been collected in the expanded edition of Lord Darcy. Sequels written by Michael Kurland are Study in Sorcery, Ten Little Wizards, and The Unicorn Girl.
Comments: The adventures of Lord Darcy, investigator for the Duke of Normandy, as he solves mysteries and foils plots, usually involving some element of magic.

Garrett, Randall. "The Eyes Have It"
Divergence: 1199 CE
Summary: Lord Darcy investigates the murder of the lecherous Count D'Evreux, and one of the most significant clues is the last thing seen of the dead man.
Series note: A Lord Darcy story.
Published: In Analog, January 1964; Rulers of Men (ed. Hans Stefan Santesson), Pyramid 1965; Murder and Magic, q.v.; and The Best of Randall Garrett, Pocket 1982.
Original in: English.
Translation: German by Birgit Ress-Bohusch as "Der Augentest", in Die Maechtigen des Universums (ed. Hans Stefan Santesson), Heyne 1970.
Translation: German by Ralph Tegtmeier as "Im Auge des Betrachters", in Mord und Magie [Murder and Magic, q.v.].

Garrett, Randall. "A Case of Identity"
Divergence: 1199 CE
Summary: Lord Darcy investigates the disappearance of the Marquis of Cherbourg and the death of a man who closely resembles him, suspecting that behind the entire affair is a plot by Casimir IX's Polish kingdom to disrupt North Atlantic shipping and the Anglo-French economy.
Series note: A Lord Darcy story.
Published: In Analog, September 1964; Analog 4 (ed. John W. Campbell), Doubleday 1966; and Murder and Magic, q.v.
Original in: English.
Translation: German by Ralph Tegtmeier as "Eine Frage der Identitaet", in Mord und Magie [Murder and Magic, q.v.].

Garrett, Randall. "The Muddle of the Woad"
Divergence: 1199 CE
Summary: Lord Darcy is called in when a coffin made for the Duke of Kent is found to hold the body of Kent's chief investigator, a man who had been investigating the secret Society of Albion, an organization which believes in human sacrifice… of the king of England.
Series note: A Lord Darcy story.
Published: In Analog, June 1965; Special Wonder: The Anthony Boucher Memorial Anthology of Fantasy and Science Fiction (ed. J. Francis McComas), Random House 1970; and Murder and Magic, q.v.
Original in: English.
Translation: German by Ralph Tegtmeier as "Der gefaerbte Lord", in Mord und Magie [Murder and Magic, q.v.].

Garrett, Randall. "A Stretch of the Imagination"
Divergence: 1199 CE
Summary: Lord Darcy investigates the apparent suicide of a publisher.
Series note: A Lord Darcy story.
Published: In Men and Malice: An Anthology of Mystery and Suspense by West Coast Authors (ed. Dean Dickinsheet), Doubleday 1973 (0385027796) and Murder and Magic, q.v.
Original in: English.
Translation: German by Ralph Tegtmeier as "Eine Frage der Vorstellungskraft", in Mord und Magie [Murder and Magic, q.v.].

Garrett, Randall. Too Many Magicians
Divergence: 1199 CE
Summary: Lord Darcy investigates espionage-related murders in Cherbourg and at a sorcerers' convention in London.
Series note: A Lord Darcy story.
Published: Doubleday 1967; Gregg 1978 (0839824971); Ace 1981 (0441816967BUY), 1982 (0441816975), 1983 (0441816983BUY).
— Originally serialized in Analog, August through November 1966.
— Included in Lord Darcy, q.v.
Original in: English.
Translation: French by C. and L. Meistermann as Tous des magiciens, Temps futurs 1983, Champs-Elysées 1998 (2702496164).
Translation: German by Ralph Tegtmeier as Komplott der Zauberer, Bastei-Lübbe 1981 (3404200330).
Translation: Italian by Paulette Peroni as La stanza chiusa, Nord 1977 (8842904589).
— Included in Lord Darcy l'investigatore del re, Nord 1992 (8842905720).
Translation: Portuguese by Eurico Fonseca as Terra da Magia, Livros do Brasil 1980.

Garrett, Randall. "A Matter of Gravity"
Divergence: 1199 CE
Summary: Lord Darcy investigates the "locked room" mystery of a count who is mysteriously flung from the top of a tower.
Series note: A Lord Darcy story.
Published: In Analog, October 1974; Lord Darcy Investigates, q.v.; and Alfred Hitchcock's Fatal Attractions (ed. Elana Lore), Davis/Dial 1983 (0385279140).
Original in: English.
Translation: German by Ralph Tegtmeier as "Eine Sache der Schwerkraft", in Des Königs Detektiv [Lord Darcy Investigates, q.v.].
Translation: Italian by M. Cristina Pietri as "Una questione di gravità", in I mondi del possibile (ed. Piergiorgio Nicolazzini), q.v.

Garrett, Randall. "The Ipswich Phial"
Divergence: 1199 CE
Summary: Lord Darcy investigates the death of a secret agent, whose body is found lying undisturbed on a Normandy beach after he followed a Polish agent who had stolen a magical secret weapon from an English laboratory.
Series note: A Lord Darcy story.
Published: In Analog, December 1976; The 13 Crimes of Science Fiction (eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg and Charles G. Waugh), Doubleday 1979 (0385152205); Lord Darcy Investigates, q.v.; Witches (eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg and Charles G. Waugh), Signet 1984 (0451128826) and Isaac Asimov's Magical Worlds of Fantasy: Witches & Wizards (eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg and Charles G. Waugh), Bonanza 1985 (051747669X).
Original in: English.
Translation: German by Ralph Tegtmeier as "Die Ipswich-Phiole", in Des Königs Detektiv [Lord Darcy Investigates, q.v.]; and Utopia der Detektive (eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, and Charles G. Waugh), Bastei-Lübbe 1986 (3404230574).
Translation: Italian by Roberta Rambelli as "Il flacone di Ipswich", in Fantasy (ed. Sandro Pergameno), Nord 1977 (8842905941), 1996 (8842909386).
Translation: Italian by Ornella Ranieri Davide and Marta Simonetti as "La fiala di Ipswich", in Streghe (eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg and Charles G. Waugh), Fanucci 1989 (8834703065).

Garrett, Randall. "The Sixteen Keys"
Divergence: 1199 CE
Summary: Lord Darcy joins the search for the only copy of a treaty lost in the 16-room mansion of Lord Vauxhall, who has been found dead apparently having aged 50 years in an hour.
Series note: A Lord Darcy story.
Published: In Fantastic Stories, May 1976 and Lord Darcy Investigates, q.v.
Original in: English.
Translation: German by Ralph Tegtmeier as "Die sechzehn Schluessel", in Des Königs Detektiv [Lord Darcy Investigates, q.v.].

Garrett, Randall. "The Napoli Express"
Divergence: 1199 CE
Summary: As he accompanies a copy of a secret treaty being conveyed from the Anglo-French Empire to Byzantium, Lord Darcy investigates a murder on the first-class coach of the Napoli Express.
Series note: A Lord Darcy story.
Published: In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, April 1979; Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Anthology Volume 2 (ed. George Scithers), Davis/Dial 1979; and Lord Darcy Investigates, q.v.
Original in: English.
Translation: German by Ralph Tegtmeier as "Der Napoli-Express", in Des Königs Detektiv [Lord Darcy Investigates, q.v.].
Translation: Spanish by Pablo di Masso as "El expreso de Nápoles", in Isaac Asimov's Revista Ciencia Ficción #2 (1986).

Garrett, Randall. "The Bitter End"
Divergence: 1199 CE
Summary: Rat poison is used to murder a man in a bar, but magic is required to explain how the murderer disguised its bitter taste.
Series note: A Lord Darcy story.
Published: In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, September-October 1978; Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Anthology Volume 4 (ed. George Scithers), Davis/Dial 1980, v.t. Isaac Asimov's Worlds of Science Fiction, Davis/Dial 1980 (0803741928); Alfred Hitchcock's Fear (ed. Cathleen Jordan), Davis/Dial 1982; and Lord Darcy (2002 ed. only), q.v.

Garrett, Randall. "The Spell of War"
Divergence: 1199 CE
Summary: The first meeting of Lord Darcy and Master Sean, on a battlefield.
Series note: A Lord Darcy story.
Published: In The Future at War I: Thor's Hammer (ed. Reginald Bretnor), Ace 1979 (0441358691); The Best of Randall Garrett, Pocket 1982; and Lord Darcy (2002 ed. only), q.v.

Garrett, Randall. Lord Darcy
Series note: Omnibus of the Lord Darcy stories by Garrett. The SFBC editions include the contents of Murder and Magic, Too Many Magicians, and Lord Darcy Investigates. The expanded edition adds "The Bitter End" and "The Spell of War" and should thus include the complete stories by Garrett.
Published: SFBC 1983, 1999 (0739403478); exp. Baen 2002 (0743435486BUY), 2004 (0743471849BUY).

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Garrett, Randall. Murder and Magic. Ace 1979.

Garrett, Randall. Murder and Magic
Divergence: 1199 CE
Series note: A collection of Lord Darcy stories.
Comments: Includes "The Eyes Have It", "A Case of Identity", "The Muddle of the Woad", and "A Stretch of the Imagination".
Published: Ace 1979 (0441545416).
— Included in Lord Darcy, q.v.
Original in: English.
Translation: German by Ralph Tegtmeier as Mord und Magie, Bastei-Lübbe 1982 (3404200411).
Translation: Italian by Paulette Peroni as Lord Darcy l'investigatore del re, Nord 1974 (8842904465), Nord 1992 (8842905720).

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Garrett, Randall. Lord Darcy Investigates. Ace 1983.

Garrett, Randall. Lord Darcy Investigates
Divergence: 1199 CE
Series note: A collection of Lord Darcy stories.
Comments: Includes "A Matter of Gravity", "The Sixteen Keys", "The Ipswich Phial", and "The Napoli Express".
Published: Ace 1981 (0441491413), 1983 (0441491421).
— Included in Lord Darcy, q.v.
Original in: English.
Translation: German by Ralph Tegtmeier as Des Königs Detektiv, Bastei-Lübbe 1986 (3404200829).