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The Second Hiatus 2

Following the Serenidad Tragedy, the crew of the Enterprise find themselves in completely new situations. Admiral James Kirk and Captain Spock found themselves serving as instructors and deans at Starfleet Academy (all the while being used in some special assignments for Starfleet), while other members of the crew found themselves serving aboard different starships, some with friends, some with strangers. This hiatus ends with the events in Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan.

Interlude
written by Rowena G. Warner

Kirk, Spock and McCoy have a fiery confrontation as they come to grips with their ground assignments.

If Not Victory...
written by Ann Zewen

In this sequel to "False Colors," Caryn Hollis is kidnapped by the Director of the Barrier Alliance Consortium, one of the galaxy’s most dangerous crime syndicates. Nogura is forced to send Kirk to rescue her, ironically aboard the U.S.S. Nelson, and this time with the help of Leonard McCoy.

...Is Yet Revenge
written by Nomad & Elizabeth Knauel

Tanith Brok, daughter of the recently killed Director of the Barrier Alliance, sets out to wreak havoc and obtain revenge from those who "wronged" her father: the INS reporter, the traitor, the captain of the U.S.S. Nelson, and James Tiberius Kirk. Note: Graphic violence and sexual situations.

Heaven
written by Donna S. Frelick

While starting out in the Nexus, the story quickly progresses to Kirk’s flashback which details a certain summer spent with Antonia, one of his romantic interests who we’d never met before Star Trek: Generations.

Return to Tarsus
written by Donna S. Frelick

Federation merchant ship Captain Kate Logan and Admiral James T. Kirk run into each other during his inspection of Starbase 74. Note: Adult themes.

To the Last Extremity
written by Chris Dickenson

This is a Saavik-at-the-academy story which deals with Saavik’s life from the time since her rescue from Hellguard until the time we first see her in Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan. A top-rate look at Saavik’s background.

Tryst
written by Linda McInnis

Aboard the Klingon Bird-of-Prey Kr’anya, Commander Kruge’s new plan of sending Valkris on an espionage assignment has Torg concerned, and Torg’s ambition has Valkris concerned. Together, they reach a rather satisfying mutual agreement in the service of their lord commander. Note: Sexual situations.

Just a Little Training Cruise
written by Randall Landers

Sulu’s adventures as executive officer of the Federation science ship, U.S.S. Cooper conclude as he finds himself drawn back to the Enterprise as a favor to Admiral Kirk. A good look at the minor characters. Just keep an eye on Uhura if you’re ever having dinner with her...

Artwork by Nomad, Don Harden, David Lawrence, Jeanne L. Matthews, Christine M. Myers, and Gennie Summers.

235 pages, 8" x 11" size, coil binding.
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