“Prodigal Father” appearing in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds IV by Pocket Books. Original Series and Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan tie-in.
Khan murdered his friends, hi-jacked a starship, and stole the deadly Genesis Device. Now, Khan is bombarding the USS Enterprise with his wrath and photon torpedoes, and the only thing standing in his way is the man David Marcus has spent his life hating–Captain James T. Kirk. In the moments leading to their destruction, David learns there’s more to Kirk than he knew. But can he reconcile with his father before Khan destroys them all?
“Fear, itself” appearing in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds V by Pocket Books. Deep Space 9.
After the Dominion war, after Ben Sisko disappeared, a shuttle disaster strands Jake Sisko, Ezri Dax, and Nog on a bone-yard planet. Out of communication with the Federation, injured with no food or water, the three struggle to find a way home. Old tensions erupt, threatening years of friendship. And then–The Breen.
“Ancient History” appearing in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds V! by Pocket Books.
Original Series and Next Generation crossover. Torn from his own time by a twist of events and the curse of his own ingenuity, Montgomery Scott is alone in the 24th century. Until Scotty runs into an old nemesis: time-displaced Captain Morgan Bateson. What fuels their ancient hated of each other? And will either of them, alone and orphans of time, survive it?
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