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The murder of Daniel Latham, the head of the Federation colony on the planet Aneher II, a world also inhabited by a Klingon colony, draws irascible attorney Samuel T. Cogley into the investigation when he is asked to defend Commander Mak'Tor, the leader of the Klingon colony, who is accused of the crime. Original.

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9780743464970 | 1 poc edition (Star Trek, January 1, 2004), cover price $6.99 | About this edition: The murder of Daniel Latham, the head of the Federation colony on the planet Aneher II, a world also inhabited by a Klingon colony, draws attorney Samuel T.

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9780743464987 | Star Trek, December 31, 2002, cover price $8.99

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Collects three stories in which a scientist's quest for power leads to destruction, an alien virus attacks Deep Space Nine, and Captain Calhoun wages a desperate race through time to rescue the planet Haresh from the Redeemers.

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9781563897634 | Dc Comics, May 1, 2001, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: Collects three stories in which a scientist's quest for power leads to destruction, an alien virus attacks Deep Space Nine, and Captain Calhoun wages a desperate race through time to rescue the planet Haresh from the Redeemers.

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In his first appearance in a novel in twenty years, superhero Captain America, champion of freedom, is kidnapped by a milia group called Liberty's Torch that puts him on trial for the alleged crimes of the federal government against its citizens. Original.

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9780425166192 | Boulevard, December 1, 1998, cover price $6.50 | About this edition: Superhero Captain America is kidnapped by a militia group called Liberty's Torch, which puts him on trial for the alleged crimes of the federal government against its citizens

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