Series: Star Trek: The Next Generation: Starfleet Academy

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Worf's First Adventure (Star Trek: The Next Generation - Starfleet Academy #1) by Peter David1
Line of Fire (Star Trek: The Next Generation - Starfleet Academy, Book 2) by Peter David2
Survival (Star Trek : the Next Generation) by Peter David3
Capture the Flag: A NOVEL (Star Trek the Next Generation) by John Vornholt4
Atlantis Station (Star Trek: the Next Generation: Starfleet Academy) by V. E. Mitchell5
Mystery of the Missing Crew by Michael Jan Friedman6
Secret of the Lizard People (Star Trek, The Next Generation: Starfleet Academy No. 7) by Michael Jan Friedman7
Starfall (Star Trek : The Next Generation : Starfleet Academy, No 8) by Brad Strickland8
Nova Command (Star Trek the Next Generation: Starfleet Academy, No. 9) by Brad Strickland9
Loyalties (Star Trek: The Next Generation - Starfleet Academy, No. 10) by Patricia Barnes-Svarney10
Crossfire (Star Trek: the Next Generation: Starfleet Academy #11) by John Vornholt11
Breakaway by Bobbi J. G. Weiss12
The Haunted Starship (Star Trek: The Next Generation: Starfleet Academy, No 13) by Brad Ferguson13
Deceptions by Bobbi J. G. Weiss14

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