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Simon & Schuster, Aug 1, 1992 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Before he commanded the Starship Enterprise, Jean-Luc Picard was the captain of the deep space exploration vessel, the U.S.S. Stargazer, on an incredible twenty-two year voyage. Now Picard is reunited with his old crew for the first time in over a decade, on a mission to see his former first officer installed as ruler of the Daa'Vit Empire.

The reunion turns deadly when a ruthless assassin begins eliminating the U.S.S. Stargazer crew one by one. Picard's present and former shipmates must join forces to solve the mystery of the Captain's past, before the killer strikes again.

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Review: Reunion (Star Trek: The Next Generation)

User Review  - Christopher Hivner - Goodreads

Captain Picard's first command was the Stargazer and in Reunion, many of his old crew are welcomed aboard the Enterprise for a gathering to congratulate one of the crew, Captain Morgen, becoming the ... Read full review

Review: Reunion (Star Trek: The Next Generation)

User Review  - Victoria "Trea" - Goodreads

This book was one of the first Star Trek novels I ever picked up, and at the time, I was blown away by how vividly the characters came to life in my mind. It has been several years since I read it, so ... Read full review

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About the author (1992)

Michael Jan Friedman is the author of nearly sixty books of fiction and nonfiction, more than half of which bear the name "Star Trek" or some variation thereof. Ten of his titles have appeared on the "New York Times" bestseller list. He has also written for network and cable television, radio, and comic books, the "Star Trek: Voyager(R)" episode "Resistance" prominent among his credits. On those rare occasions when he visits the real world, Friedman lives on Long Island with his wife and two sons.

He continues to advise readers that no matter how many Friedmans they know, the vast probability is that none of them are related to him.

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