Boireau, Jacques. Chroniques sarrasines: nouvelles 1984-1986
Title trans.: Saracen Chronicles: Stories, 1984-1986
Divergence: 732 CE
What if: Charles Martel was defeated by the Arabs at Poitiers in 732.
Summary: The south of France (Occitanie) is separated from the north (Francie) by the Loire river. The Christian Francie has many social problems while the pacific and bucolic Occitanie is prosperous in the 20th century.
Series note: Collection of "Été", "Automne", "Hiver", and "Hiver, Toujours". Also set in the same world is "Les enfants d'Ibn Khaldoun".
Published: Ateliers du Tayrac 1988 (2906014060).
Original in: French.

Boireau, Jacques. "Été"
Title trans.: "Summer"
Divergence: 732 CE
Published: In Fiction #348, Opta 1984; and w88 android, q.v.
Original in: French.

Boireau, Jacques. "Automne"
Title trans.: "Autumn"
Divergence: 732 CE
Published: In Fiction #350, Opta 1984; and Chroniques sarrasines: nouvelles 1984-1986, q.v.
Original in: French.

Boireau, Jacques. "Hiver"
Title trans.: "Winter"
Divergence: 732 CE
Published: In Fiction #353, Opta 1984; and Chroniques sarrasines: nouvelles 1984-1986, q.v.
Original in: French.

Boireau, Jacques. "Hiver, toujours"
Title trans.: "Always Winter"
Divergence: 732 CE
Published: In Passe-Temps #1 (1986); and Chroniques sarrasines: nouvelles 1984-1986, q.v.
Original in: French.

Boireau, Jacques. "Les enfants d'Ibn Khaldoun"
Title trans.: "The Children of Ibn Khaldoun"
Divergence: 732 CE
Series note: Set in the world of Chroniques sarrasines: nouvelles 1984-1986.
Published: In Univers 07 (ed. Jacques Sadoul), J'ai lu 1976.
Original in: French.