Tales from the Half-Continent is the fourth and book containing two stories set in the Half-Continent which are not directly related to the events of the trilogy. One of these is The Corsers' Hinge , a short story set between the events of Lamplighter and Factotum featuring new characters, with two recurring in Factotum.
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