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Author(s): Andy Mangels and Michael A. Martin
Publisher: Pocket Books
Series: Pocket TNG
Section 31 #2
Published: 22 May 2001
Pages: 360
Stardate: 50368-50915.5 (2373)
Reference(s): ISBN 0671774778 (paperback)
ISBN 9780743423335 (eBook)
ASIN B000FC0TLI (Kindle)

The Enterprise-E runs afoul of a Section 31 operation.

SummaryEdit

From the book jacket 
They are the self-appointed protectors of the Federation. Amoral, shrouded in secrecy, answerable to no one, Section 31 is the mysterious covert operations division of Starfleet, a rogue shadow group committed to safeguarding the Federation at any cost.
Six months before their battle against the Borg for the fate of Earth, Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the USS Enterprise-E face a very different kind of crisis. A world in turmoil becomes the focal point of conspiracies and betrayal as an unexpected reunion brings with it startling revelations. Old friends become bitter enemies and one young officer reaches a crossroad when he's forced to choose between the greater good of the Federation and the ideals for which it stands.

Excerpts of copyrighted sources are included for review purposes only, without any intention of infringement.

Background InformationEdit

CharactersEdit

Jean-Luc Picard 
Captain of the USS Enterprise-E.
Hawk, First Contact

Hawk

Sean Liam Hawk 
Conn lieutenant, significant other of Lieutenant Commander Ranul Keru.
Marta Batanides 
Starfleet admiral, assigned as head of Starfleet Intelligence in the wake of the Pegasus affair.
Cortin Zweller 
Sciences division commander.
Karen Blaylock 
Captain of USS Slayton.
Evelyn Hoffman 
Captain of USS Thunderchild.
Kentrav 
Captain of USS Yorktown.
T'Veren 
Romulan, commander of warbird Gal Gath'thong
Ranul Keru 
Unjoined Trill assigned to stellar cartography aboard Enterprise-E. He was the life partner of fellow crew member and conn officer Sean Hawk.
Hawk and Keru were possibly the first ongoing gay relationship to have appeared in the Star Trek franchise, after the lesbian relationship depicted in The Best and the Brightest.
Keru later appeared in the Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine book series, performing a role as Trill Guardian on leave from Starfleet. More recently, he has become a character in the Star Trek: Titan series, as USS Titan's tactical officer who ended up being replaced by Tuvok.
Lynch
Carter
Batson
Nelson
Eiger
M'ryvn
Tret
Kewlan
Rixa
Paul Porter
Alyssa Ogawa
Jyme Soule
Kehvan Zydhek
Walters
Sallee Huber
Dr Anthony
Krs'lasel
Mot
Daniels

ReferencesEdit

Archimedes 
USS Slayton shuttlecraft.
Bradbury City 
Martian hometown of Sean Liam Hawk's family.
Brahe 
USS Enterprise-E shuttle.
Chula 
Captured Romulan scout ship.
Gal Gath'thong 
Romulan Warbird of Commander T'Veren.
Herschel 
Enterprise-E shuttle.
Kepler 
Enterprise-E shuttle.
Section 31
USS Slayton 
Federation starship, of Karen Blaylock. Excelsior-class, in Starfleet service in the 24th century.
Named for astronaut Donald K. 'Deke' Slayton.
Thrai Kaleh 
Romulan Warbird.
Possibly named for the thrai animal in Diane Duane's Rihannsu novels.
USS Thunderchild

USS Thunderchild

USS Thunderchild 
Akira-class Federation starship, of Captain Evelyn Hoffman.
USS Tian An Men 
Federation starship.
USS Yorktown 
Federation starship of Captain Kentrav.

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