Lucius abducts Hermione. Slytherin versus Gryffindor - Pureblood versus Muggleborn - the old order versus the new. Two opposites, one room, no way out... no holds barred.
Every Christmas, Albus Dumbledore has a date with his conscience.
Hagrid has missed Christmas dinner, and Minerva is concerned. But Hagrid has some concerns of his own.
Midsummer; a Ministry ball. Politics leads Lucius to approach Hermione. Politics obliges her to accept. But it's music that compels them to dance.
"Perhaps you're thinking this is too hard? Too dull? Not the glamorous Dark-wizard hunt you signed up for?" Moody has some valuable lessons for Trainee Auror Tonks.
A collection of limericks featuring various students, teachers, Death Eaters and others.
Headmistress Minerva McGonagall patrols the grounds of Hogwarts, and makes a surprising discovery.
What if Severus and Lily had stayed on speaking terms?
Knowing his death is approaching, Albus Dumbledore visits Lucius Malfoy in Azkaban. Will Lucius understand what Albus is offering, as they come face to face for the last time?
When Ron returns from Egypt, holiday memories and the upcoming Quidditch season push his sister's recent ordeal to the back of his mind ... until he comes face to face with Lucius Malfoy.
"It seems to be common knowledge that I persuaded Lucius not to send Draco to Durmstrang. Actually, that's not quite true - Draco was always going to attend Hogwarts. All I did was remind Lucius of that." Let Narcissa tell you how.
Seventh-year Bellatrix Black won't let anyone stand in her way - especially not arrogant, presumptuous and not-in-the-least-bit-attractive Slytherin prefect Lucius Malfoy.
Why is Cornelius Fudge in the Leaky Cauldron, on the night Harry blows up his aunt? What is he thinking, as he looks out on drab grey Muggle London and looks back on his drab grey Magical career? When will there be any news: of Harry, of the aunt, of the fugitive Black whose escape does the Ministerial reputation no good at all?
Lucius wrenched at the ropes binding his wrists. Bellatrix was smiling again. "No, no, Lucius, you'll only spoil your beautiful skin. You wouldn't want to do that, would you? I've lost my own beauty, oh yes, I know that. Don't deny me the pleasure of yours."
Mr Borgin and Mr Malfoy started to haggle. Harry watched nervously as Draco drew nearer and nearer to his hiding place. Draco walked forward... he stretched out his hand for the handle... and opened the door.
"If you proceed downstairs into the Department of Mysteries, Cornelius," said Dumbledore, "you will find several escaped Death Eaters contained in the Death Chamber, bound by an Anti-Disapparation Jinx and awaiting your decision as to what to do with them." (OotP Chapter 36) Cornelius has a problem. Lucius has a plan.
Lucius and Draco corner Hermione in Flourish and Blotts. Mudbloods with secrets really shouldn't go shopping alone...
A Malfoy view of the Voldemort years: the Muggle threat is growing, the Minister has his head in the sand, and terrifying rumours are spreading. What price survival for those who have everything, when everything is at stake? From the icy clarity of Durmstrang to the stuffy corridors of the Ministry, Lucius and Narcissa are about to find out…
The Department of Mysteries at war. Every night, Arabella watches over the wizarding world - but what she sees she has to bear alone.
Lucius Malfoy had known one person he found worthy of respect; one person who could look into his soul and not flinch - but they had chosen diverging paths. A chance meeting raises ghosts of the past and fears for the future.