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Author(s): Una McCormack
Artist(s): Doug Drexler
Publisher: Pocket Books
Series: Pocket DS9
Published: 30 December 2014
Pages: 304
Stardate: Unknown (Unknown)
Reference(s): ISBN 9781476750231
ISBN 9781476750255 (eBook)

The Missing is a Pocket DS9 novel by Una McCormack, expected to be released in December 2014. The novel originally had a working title of Home Again and was to have been a Star Trek: The Next Generation branded novel but was changed to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. The novel takes place after Star Trek: The Fall and has Beverly Crusher assigned to Deep Space 9 to replace Julian Bashir after the events of the miniseries.

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An original novel set in the universe of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine—a direct sequel to the New York Times bestselling story arc, The Fall!
Deep Space 9 is once again becoming an important way station in the Alpha Quadrant for many different people with many different agendas. Uniquely crewed by representatives of different species from both the Khitomer Powers and the Typhon Pact, the Federation science and exploration vessel Athene Donald stops at the station as its final port of call before heading into uncharted territories. The whole project is the brainchild of Dr. Katherine Pulaski, who hopes that science will do what diplomacy alone cannot, and help various powers put aside the tensions of recent years, returning to scientific research and the exploration of space. On DS9, base commander Ro Laren has her hands full with the sudden arrival of a ragtag flotilla of small ships crewed by a group calling themselves the People of the Open Sky. Ro is not keen on handling this first-contact duty, but becomes increasingly intrigued by the People, who are made up of several hitherto unknown species. Describing themselves as explorers, they are interested in everything about the station. Ro begins to enjoy her assignment, particularly as she takes counsel from the logs of Jean-Luc Picard. Blackmer, however, is more suspicious about these apparently friendly arrivals and monitors their movements around DS9…

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