I Spy Fan Fiction
If you've written a story about the I Spy team of Kelly Robinson
and Alexander Scott, then you're welcome to post it here.
We reserve the right to decline to publish any material we don't
think is suitable (i.e. "adult" material.) Just send your fan fiction to

by Jason Manning. A long-lost fortune in gold coins and a beautiful woman marked for death by a sinister organization lead Kelly and Scotty into danger above and below the
sea. (October 2002)

by Aunty Alta. A prequel to the classic episode, "Home to Judgment"; Kelly and Scotty find themselves in the fight of their lives as they tangle with a band of ruthless and resourceful saboteurs. (September 2002)

by Jason Manning. The mysterious death of a journalist catapults Kelly and Scotty into the middle of a government operation to protect a witness -- an operation blown apart by a deadly doublecross. (July 2002)

by Aunty Alta, a missing scene from the episode A Cup of Kindness. Kelly is burdened with guilt after Scotty is wounded by Russ Conley -- an old friend whom Kelly refused to believe was a double agent. (June 2002)

by Jason M. Kelly Robinson has checked out of the spy game following the death of a beautiful Mossad agent, and Alexander Scott must bring his partner in out of the cold before a brilliant KGB spymaster uses Kelly as a pawn in the search for a missing Russian scientist. (June 2002)

by Aunty Alta, expanding on the classic episode Home to Judgment. Hunted by relentless killers, Scotty and a badly injured Kelly seek refuge on a farm owned by the latter's aunt and uncle, and in the midst of their struggle for survival, Kelly must fight demons from his past. (June 2002)

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