Tag Archives: Spy

The Other Guy

Jocko found her drinking in the pub alone, and she was beautiful. Dressed in plain running gear, her supremely athletic physique made it look glamorous. Jocko passed the entertainment stage, ignoring the yogi master who had tied himself in a … Continue reading

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Unusual Skills

CIA Agent Warfield sat on a bench alongside another of St. Petersburg’s beautiful churches. Beside him, new agent Barnes fidgeted. “Where is agent Privideniye coming out?” said Barnes. “Over there.” “I don’t see a door there.” Warfield turned a page … Continue reading

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The Professionals

Photo by: Storyteller’s Abode Matthew Cooley cleared the top step of the old castle, looking for her. She leaned back in a doorway. Her miniskirt rode up athletic thighs and her silk blouse draped enticingly. She smiled. “You’re on time, … Continue reading

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The Perfect Spy Trap

Jian sat in the sand and watched the waves breaking on the beach. He could watch it for hours and he sometimes did. His boss, Feng at the Chinese Ministry of State Security (MSS), had told him the island was … Continue reading

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The Innocent – Mutant 750

The Innocent As his shuttle screamed through reentry, Agent Horowitz reviewed the deadly orders. An oft-used display screen lit with the creased face of Federal Intelligence Director, Alistair Morris. “She’s quite possibly the most dangerous assassin in Human-controlled space,” he … Continue reading

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To Turn A Spy – Mutant 750: Grammar Ghoul Press

To Turn A Spy Thierry knew he shouldn’t, but he was falling in love. He found himself tumbling into the warm folds of romance. This society, so different from his own, had claimed his mind. The woman beside him, claimed … Continue reading

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The Tonic – Grammar Ghoul Press

The Tonic Morris walked up the ancient stone steps, wondering if he could pull it off. Roy Robles was perhaps the greatest secret agent that ever lived, but all that action and danger had come at a cost. Some said … Continue reading

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