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I Spy
John Tiger
Popular Library
Copyright 1965, Triple F Productions
142 pp

(front)
"A spectacular, bullet-fast novel of international espionage -- introducing a different team of spies, Kelly Robinson and Alexander Scott"

(back)
"Introducing a different pair of secret agents, Kelly Robinson, who appears to the world as a tennis bum deluxe...and Alexander Scott, who is very much not what he seems.
Here they face their most fantastic challenge -- an all-powerful underground organization called Force I, headed by the strangest master villain of them all, engaged in an incredible plot to destroy the best military minds in the Pentagon -- and plunge the world into nuclear holocaust.
Can Robinson and Scott get to Force I before it's too late?"

(inside)
"SPYING, ANYONE?
Here, in their most daring challenge, Kelly Robinson and Alexander Scott face deadly adventure that takes them from the Pentagon to all roads pointing to danger. They are racing against time with the master-criminal Demain (French for tomorrow).
And if they don't get to him before he unleases his diabolical plan, there will be no tomorrow for the world."
I Spy #2: Masterstroke
John Tiger
Popular Library
Copyright 1966, Triple F Productions
142 pp

(front)
"A red-headed Chinese beauty their only clue, the I SPY team pursues a global destroyer called...MASTERSTROKE"

(back)
"The men from I SPY face MASTERSTROKE...
A brilliant madman has invented a foolproof, detection-proof scheme to bring America and its allies to their knees with one press of a button. He calls it: MASTERSTROKE.
The only men with a faint chance of stopping MASTERSTROKE are Kelly Robinson, whose ne'er-do-well charm hides a nerve of steel, and Alexander Scott, the quipster with a computer mind -- the I SPY team. Their one slim -- but well-rounded clue -- a red-headed Chinese beauty, recent companion of the enemy mastermind, who shows a suspicious yen for Kelly...
Meantime, the hand moves toward the button that activates MASTERSTROKE..."

(inside)
"RUN, I SPY, RUN!
This is Kelly Robinson. He is a secret agent. He is also lots of fun. Girls like Kelly. Kelly likes girls.
This is Alexander Scott. He is a secret agent, too. He is very funny. He is also very smart. He is Kelly's friend.
This is Kelly and Scotty. They are good secret agents.
This is MASTERSTROKE. It wants to destroy the world. Kelly and Scotty want to destroy MASTERSTROKE. See them race to stop MASTERSTROKE. Run, Kelly and Scotty, run!"
I Spy #3: Superkill
John Tiger
Popular Library
Copyright 1967, Triple F Productions
125 pp

(front)
"Can two lone agents from I SPY solve the riddle of the exotic lady scientist in time to stop the master criminal's super-plot?"

(back)
"The men from I SPY confront a bizarre master-criminal, who calls his brilliant scheme to detonate the world - SUPERKILL.
The master criminal's plan is brilliantly complex in its machinery -- but devastatingly simple in its object: to blow half the world apart and bring the democratic peoples (those who are left) to their knees.
The giant time-bomb is ticking away, and only the men from I SPY can defuse the monstrous scheme. Agents Kelly Robinson and Alexander Scott, whose only link with the bizarre chief of the plotters is an exotic but wayward lady scientist, start on their perilous way toward a rendezvous with the horror called Superkill..."

(inside)
"SUPERMADNESS
It was blinding white wherever they looked: the blank wall they faced was gleaming white tile; the chairs to which they were bound were frigid white metal; the men standing over them wore the sterile white uniforms of hospital orderlies. The only color, in fact, was supplied by the patent leather sheen of the revolvers the men held pointed at Kelly and Scotty.
The asylum was tucked into a tiny corner of Berlin, where no one would ever find them -- until it was too late -- until a madman of genius had carried out his plan to destroy the free world.
To escape was impossible; to try it was insane, but this was a place where insanity was the rule. So they played their last desperate card..."
I Spy #4: Wipeout
John Tiger
Popular Library
Copyright 1967, Triple F Productions
127 pp

(front)
"The I SPY men walk into the trap of a rogue scientist threatening every human being on earth"

(back)
"The men from I SPY play a deadly game against WIPEOUT
A greed-obsessed scientist with a substance that can kill all life on earth...A dictator known as The Devil, who believes all power and all women belong to him by natural right...A sensuous young girl rebel who may (or may not) be playing both ends against the middle...
These are some elements of the puzzle Kelly Robinson and Alexander Scott must solve if they're to halt the global-killing menace of WIPEOUT. As a first step, the two daring agents are compelled to walk into the escape-proof trap of the very man they must stop at any cost."

(inside)
"BLOW-UP
He stood before them at last -- a youngish man with the clean-cut good looks of a Princeton college boy. But he was Arthur Traft, a brilliant scientist with the dirty morals of an arch-traitor. And Kelly and Scotty were there to hand over the $10,000,000 he demanded -- the price of survival for all North America.
They held out the pouch. Traft looked greedily at it, then back at them. He began to laugh. 'Really, gentlemen, the Pentagon is so naive. Maybe $10,000,000 won't be enough -- a man has to think of his future, you know. Perhaps I've already sold my little invention to the enemy. Or perhaps -- perhaps -- there isn't enough money in all the banks of the world to satisfy me.
'My friends, only one thing will make me content: the total destruction of every living thing on this earth.'"

I Spy #5: Countertrap
John Tiger
Popular Library
Copyright 1967, Triple F Productions
128 pp

(front)
"Can Kelly and Scotty rescue a beautiful Red pawn and thwart a world-shaking assassination?"

(back)
"The men from I SPY meet a Russian mastermind in OPERATION COUNTERTRAP.
A secretive mastermind with a plan to set the world on fire...a beautiful American girl chosen as pawn in his scheme...a high-placed diplomat forced to sell out -- or die ten thousand deaths...
These three extraordinary people draw Kelly Robinson and Alexander Scott into a high-stakes game of poker behind Kremlin walls -- where plot meets counterplot -- and the fate of every man, woman and child on earth hangs on each shuffle of the cards..."

(inside)
"HELP WANTED -- MALE
ASSASSIN. Good hours. Opportunity to travel. Must speak flawless Russian and English. Experience essential. Necessary skills: interrogating, tracking foreign agents, garroting, expert use of bugging devices, karate and micro-explosives. Top salary. Send strictly confidential replies to P.O. Box 547, Red Square Station."
I Spy #6: Doomdate
John Tiger
Popular Library
Copyright 1967, Triple F Productions
126 pp

(front)
"Can two clean-cut, All-American spies stop a world-blasting plot, down a super-villain and win a pair of sloe-eyed beauties in one sizzling showdown?"

(back)
"Two die-hard Nazis with a brilliant plan to trigger World War III...an exotic desert kingdom on the verge of an Arabian nightmare...a power-greedy Prime Minister....Put them all together, adding two of the Middle East's most sensuous beauties, and they spell top-level danger for Kelly Robinson and Alexander Scott -- the men from I SPY."

(inside)
"THE TRIP OF A LIFETIME
-- Come to this lush desert kingdom, untouched by modern life. Here you will see sloe-eyed beauties veiled in mystery. You will visit places from the Arabian nights and gaze upon sheiks and caliphs, camel drivers and tentmakers.
A whole new world opens its arms to you in this land of a thousand exotic pleasures and a high rate of exchange...where the two famous American secret agents, Kelly Robinson and Alexander Scott, are about to be very painfully murdered...."

I Spy #7: Death-Twist
John Tiger
Popular Library
Copyright 1968, Triple F Productions
127 pp

(front)
"The I SPY team takes on a master-villain with a scheme to splinter the world."

(back)
"The I SPY team faces the world menace called DEATH-TWIST
With time ticking perilously close to doom-hour, the I SPY men rush to confront a Latin American master of evil and stop a scheme to wreck U. S. honor -- aided by a micro-skirted beauty with passionate eyes -- and (perhaps) a treacherous heart.
A deluxe suspense kit containing 1 master-villain, 1 South American mini-nation, 1 methal maxi-plot, 2 supergirls -- and the high-test team from I SPY."

(inside)
"DOWN...Down. Down. Down.
The wind whistling around Kelly's ears.
Down.
The nylon chute seemingly swaying above him.
Down.
The blackness below rushing up at an indecent speed. At an indecent and terrifying and fatal -----"
I Spy: Message from Moscow
Brandon Keith
Whitman
Copyright 1966, Three F Productions
210 pp

(contents)
1. Faces in the Crowd
2. The Name of the Game
3. Defection
4. Emperor Scott
5. "The Remarkable Mr. Takasaki"
6. On the Town
7. Contact
8. A Chat at the Embassy
9. The Reluctant Peacock
10. Granny
11. Breakthrough
12. A Most Curious Reaction
13. The Sixth Day
14. Baiting the Russian Bear
15. Rendezvous on Chekhov Street
16. Alibi
17. "Vinnie Would Know..."
18. Jelly Beans
19. The Oldest Trick in the Book
20. "Hoist With His Own Petard"
21. Epilogue

I Spy
Robert Culp & Bill Cosby
The Swift and Swinging Story
of TV's Favorite Spies
Ed Goodgold
The Ridge Press, Inc.
1967, Grosset & Dunlap, Inc.
80 pp

(back)
On TV they're Kelly and Scott, the swingingest spies on the intrigue circuit. In real life they're Culp and Cosby. You know, those talented, witty, good-looking, fast-moving men in a show-biz hurry. Here they are -- behind the scenes and on the "I Spy" screen, where the action is ACTION, the places exotic, and the putdown comes with a smile.

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