Fan fiction

Okay, as the BBC has lost it's senses and it looks like we will never get another series of Crime Traveller, it's up to us to keep the dream alive! Thus here you can find a collection of fan fiction, some short stories which revolve around our favourite series!

I admit it's not exactly a collection at the there are only ten stories, but that is simply your cue to get writing! I promise I will consider anything (within reason!), and reserve the right to edit stories that are sent in (just to check spelling mistakes etc!).

Any stories posted on this site are not written by Anthony Horowitz. Nor are they anything to do with the BBC or Carnival Films. They are simply the fans having a bit of fun. They are not intended to offend anyone, and any resemblance to persons living or dead is pure co-incidence.


  • Making Up for Lost Time - Slade finally persuades Holly to use the time machine for personal reasons.
  • In Sickness and in Health - Assigned to watch a man called Wilson, things take a nasty turn when Holly is poisoned. This story is in script format.
  • Who Killed the Man Who Killed Himself? - Slade is assigned to invested a suicide, but was it suicide?
  • A Date with Death - Holly and Slade go on a double date, which ends in murder.
  • The Glass House - Someone kills a scientist, and Slade and Holly move their relationship to the next level.
  • Deadly Secret - Takes place immediately after the last episode. Holly and Slade deal with their relationship while investigating a murder.
  • Forward motion - When a routine crime-travel goes wrong, Slade and Holly find themselves in the most unexpected of places.
  • 'Tis the Season - Slade's plans to take Holly to the company Christmas ball don't run according to plan.
  • Reckless Endangerment - When a seemingly routine case forces Slade to relive his past, it's a make-or-break situation for his relationship with Holly.
  • Flashback - What were Holly and Slade's initial impressions of each other when they first met?

Fan fiction published elsewhere