Not a Bad Days Work
A wonderful story which nicely tidies up the events of "The Paradise Syndrome" and leads to a surprise revelation about a subsequent episode.
"Not a Bad Days Work" is a Scotty story, written by the author so that the character could sing a Scottish lullaby often sung by James Doohan at conventions. Its simply a beautiful story, and its nice to see Scotty in action.
The Music Box
A Ouija board brings forth a terrifying memory in the Enterprise captain.
Tomb of Fear
McCoy contracts xenopolycythemia, and his condition causes him to commit a rash act that he truly comes to regret.
Fairy Tale Ending
Captain Kirk, Mister Spock and Doctor McCoy beam down to a desert planet filled with Egyptian-styled ruins to ascertain the status of an archaeological team stationed there some time earlier, only to find that they have been dispatched by a rather murderous creature...a creature which is now pursuing its new prey: the Enterprise officers.
The Kenederis Incident
A group of cadets find their posting on the Enterprise different than they imagined it to be. At first, confusing, then boring, and lastly potentially lethal.
The Enterprise tries to render aid to a civilization beset with a strange and seemingly incurable plague. A science-fiction medical mystery.
The Ride of the Valkyries
The crew of the Enterprise races against time as they race to terraform a dead planet into a living world. But other dangers await them, as a pair of civilian scientists soon discover.
The Emancipator of Trill
Uhura and Spock attend a Wagnerian opera only to find themselvesalong with Sulu and Palmeron what amounts to an excellent adventure.
The Ambassadors Taxi
Starfleet Command dispatches Captain James "Tomcat" Kirk at the behest of the Trill ambassador. Imagine the reaction of Starfleets finest when they learn of the nature of the Trill symbionts.
A wonderfully wry and almost comic adventure of the Enterprise crew as they deal with one of those oh-so-alien ambassadors whose presence aboard the ship is dangerous for everyone concerned.
I Grieve with Thee
"Completion" is a "post script" story, this time building on the events of "Wink of an Eye." It is the story of the aftermath of the Enterprises departure from Scalos, and of the relationship between two people.
Artwork by Linda P. Baker, Nomad, Don Harden and Richard G. Pollet.
"I Grieve with Thee" is another post-script story, set after "All Our Yesterdays," as McCoy helps Spock to confront his feelings about Zarabeth.
252 pages, 8½" x 11" size, coil binding.
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