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George's literary Star Trek works, include novels in the Pocket DS9 series. He collaborated with Armin Shimerman on The 34th Rule, set during Deep Space Nine's fourth season and also wrote Twilight, set after the end of the series. He authored "Olympus Descending", one of two short novels in the book Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Volume 3 and the Star Trek: The Lost Era novel Serpents Among the Ruins, set aboard the USS Enterprise-B in 2311, under the command of Captain John Harriman and first officer Demora Sulu, and which tells the story of the Tomed Incident. He wrote another Demora Sulu story, a novella "Iron and Sacrifice," which appears in the Tales from the Captain's Table anthology.
For the 40th anniversary of The Original Series, George composed the Crucible trilogy featuring McCoy, Spock, and Kirk in alternate timelines generated during the events of "The City on the Edge of Forever". In 2007, he provided the introduction of Twist of Faith, an omnibus edition of the first four post-finale Star Trek: Deep Space Nine novels. In 2010, George's novel Rough Beasts of Empire, a entry in the Star Trek: Typhon Pact miniseries, was released, with two further Typhon Pact novels Plagues of Night and Raise the Dawn released in 2012. George's next novel is Revelation and Dust, the first in Star Trek: The Fall.