Many years after the War, Harry is chivvied into seeking out the last of the elder Potters, with some unlikely companions. Of course, the Fates have inventive ways of buggering up his life, particularly on mysterious Dartmoor.
The sequel to the AT-housed
An analysis of Gringotts and the Wizarding economy and monetary system, from a Vienna-Chicago-Virginia school monetarist perspective
Percy finds himself, after the War, caught up in a case of smuggling and worse, and the pawn, it seems, of numerous dodgy organisations and Ministry factions...
A Dark artefact falls into the hands of a Muggle cricketer ... and the trail leads Harry and his picked band of Aurors through Spinner's End and the Hangletons, to a final confrontation on a village cricket pitch, where they hit the Forces of Evil for six. (All Kingsley wants is for the forms to be filed correctly.)
There's a great deal that wants doing in the first hours after the Great Victory. Perhaps the most important thing, at the end of the day, is the work of the Magical War Graves Commission.
Todmorden, W Yorks, as the likely site of Spinner's End, in light of new evidence from DH.
A toponomastic and prosopographic approach to locating the Founders's origins
The Light has won. Harry and Draco have led it to victory. Severus Snape awaits execution, a double-, treble-, quadruple-agent whose only loyalties, it seems, were to himself, and whose actions can never be excused. He is allowed a final letter to the victors, and, not surprisingly, disagrees with their assessment of his loyalties, motives, and just deserts. This is not a part of the 'Gate of Ivory, Gate of Horn' / 'Under a Dragon Moon' universe.
Harry and Draco are dreaming dreams. The same dreams. The same, possibly precognitive dreams. The Headmaster knows this. He also knows that trying to fiddle a prophecy is rather dicey: look at Œdipus at the crossroads, Tom Riddle at Godric’s Hollow....