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2000 Rihannsu reprint cover

Author(s): Diane Duane and Peter Morwood
Publisher: Pocket Books
Series: Pocket TOS #35
Titan Books #4
Rihannsu #2
Published: 1 August 1987
1 August 2000 (Rihannsu reissue)
Pages: 254
Stardate: Unknown (2276)
Reference(s): ISBN 0671634984
ISBN 0743403703 (Rihannsu reissue)

Trapped behind the Neutral Zone – In the heart of the Romulan Empire.

Summary

From the book jacket
They are a race of warriors, a noble people to whom honor is all. They are cousin to the Vulcan, ally to the Klingon, and Starfleet's most feared and cunning adversary. They are the Romulans – and for eight years, Federation Agent Terise LoBrutto has hidden in their midst.
Now the presence of a captured Starfleet officer forces her to make a fateful choice between exposure and escape. Between maintaining her cover – and saving the life of Dr. Leonard McCoy.
Here, in a startlingly different adventure, is the truth behind one of the most fascinating alien races ever created in Star Trek – the Romulans.

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

Background Information

  • The two ships seen to be chasing the two figures are Colonial Vipers, from the 1978 film & then tv series, Battlestar Galactica. Which also stared John Colicos (Kor) as well as regular guest star George Murdock (Admiral J.P. Hanson).

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Memorable Quotes

"The building is ringed with soldiers. They are not Rihannsu. And there is a starship on the roof."

- Rihannsu officer

Characters

Leonard McCoy, 2270s

McCoy in the 2270s

Leonard McCoy 
Starfleet commander, chief surgeon of the refit USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
Terise Haleakala-LoBrutto / Arrhae i-Khellian t'Llhweiir 
Starfleet lieutenant commander, a xenobiologist
Stephen C. Perry 
Starfleet commodore
Naraht 
Horta Starfleet lieutenant
Ron Luks 
Ensign, of Starfleet Intelligence
Jaeih t'Radaik 
Romulan Intelligence office
Maiek tr'Annwhi
H'daen tr'Khellian
Lhaesl tr'Khev
tr'Amine 
Servant of H'daen tr'Khellian
Michael Reaves 
Captain of the Vega
Eviess t'Tei
Hloal t'Illialhlae
Nveid tr'AAnikh
Llhran tr'Khnialmnae
Ael t'Rllalieu
Aidoann t'Khnialmnae
Hvaid

References

USS Excalibur (NCC-1664)

Excalibur, neutralized by M-5

USS Excalibur (NCC-1664) 
Federation starship, a Template:ShipClass heavy cruiser. Lt. Cmdr. Terise Haleakala was assigned to this vessel, but transferred off shortly before the vessel was decimated by the M-5 computer.
USS Nelson (NCC-1843) 
Federation starship, a close-cordon patrol cruiser. Nelson fired on an uncloaking Starfleet Intelligence vessel which took deep-cover agent Terise Haleakala into Romulan space.
USS Valiant (NCC-2252) 
Federation starship, a light cruiser. At warp seven, Valiant attempted to intercept the Romulan raider Avenger after the capture of the freighter Vega.
Vega 
Federation starliner that McCoy was traveling on
Avenger 
tr'Annwhi's ship
The Right of Statement
Direidi 
A historical aside.
This refers to a book published after this one, How Much for Just the Planet?

Chronology

External links


Previous novel: Series Next novel:
#34: Dreams of the Raven Pocket TOS
Numbered novels
#36: Worlds Apart: How Much for Just the Planet?
Dreams of the Raven (#3) Titan Books release order How Much for Just the Planet? (#5)
My Enemy, My Ally Rihannsu Swordhunt

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