Which includes some of the other entries on this page.
Extracted from a couple of the LJ entries shown above; Kate Nepveu's list adjusted by reflecting some of the changes suggested in the follow-up discussions.Kate Nepveu
|Lois McMaster Bujold:||A Civil Campaign (1999)|
|Emma Bull &|
|Freedom & Necessity (1997)|
|Emma Bull||War for the Oaks (1987)|
Finder: A Novel of the Borderlands (1994)
|Dorothy Dunnett:||The Lymond Chronicles:|
|Georgette Heyer:||The Talisman Ring (1936)|
|Ellen Kushner:||Swordspoint: A Melodrama of Manners (1987) |
Thomas the Rhymer (1990)
|Ellen Kushner &|
|The Fall of the Kings (2002) |
|Faren Miller:||The Illusionists (1991)|
|Dorothy L. Sayers:||The Lord Peter Wimsey & Harriet Vane books:|
|Delia Sherman:||Through A Brazen Mirror (1989)|
|Caroline Stevermer:||1. The Serpent's Egg (1988) |
3. A College of Magics (1994)
2. When The King Comes Home (2000)
4. A Scholar of Magics (2004)
& Patricia C. Wrede: 
|1. Sorcery & Cecilia, or, The Enchanted Chocolate Pot
2. The Grand Tour, or, The Purloined Coronation Regalia (2004)
|Patricia C. Wrede:||1. Mairelon The Magician (1991)|
2. The Magician's Ward (1997)
 The most recent edition of this novel (Bantam Spectra, US, February 2003, mmpb, $6.99) also contains 3 stories ("The Red Cloak" (1982), "The Swordsman Whose Name Was Not Death" (1991), and "The Death of the Duke" (1998)), set in the gap between Swordspoint and The Fall of the Kings.
 A novel-length (expanded from a previously-published novella) sequel to Swordspoint, which takes place sixty years later.
 Caroline Stevermer's four solo fantasy novels are all related, and all set wholly or partly in the fictional country of Galazon. TSE and WTKCH are set in Galazon, hundreds of years apart. ACoM and ASoM take place hundreds of years after WTKCH, and are set early in the 20th century in an alternate Europe.
 The link on the author's names goes to a fan page about the Kate & Cecilia books.