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Title:Recovery (Star Trek, Book 73)
Authors:J.M. Dillard
Info:Star Trek (1995), Edition: First Edition, Mass Market Paperback, 277 pages
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The final book of the Star Trek "Lost Years" saga, in which Admiral Kirk is assigned to supervise the testing of the U.S.S. Recovery, an automated rescue ship, only to learn that the ship is a pawn in a deadly interstellar intrigue, and Dr. McCoy is being hunted on the ship by a homicidal madman. Meanwhile on Vulcan, Spock prepares to separate himself forever from the rest of the universe, and his friends. ( )
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Admiral James T Kirk, former Captain of the USS Enterprise and now Chief of Starfleet Operations, is at a crossroads in his career. when he is assigned to supervise the testing to the USS Recovery, an experimental new rescue vessel, he begins to realize how tired he is of being trapped behind a desk, away from the action.
Fully automated, the Recovery is a high-speed transport vessel capable of evacuating large populations without risking the lives of Starfleet personnel. but when its creator falls under alien influenza, the Recovery becomes a pawnin a deadly game that could lead to interstellar war.

Trapped in the bowels of the ship is Admiral Kirk's old friend
Dr. Leonard Bones McCoy, who is being hunted by a homicidal madman determined that no one on the ship will survive. Taking command of a starship, Admiral Kirk must find a way to save Dr McCoy's life - and save the galaxy from deadly chaos.
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Admiral James T. Kirk, former Captain of the "U.S.S. Enterprise" TM and now Chief of Starfleet Operations, is at a crossroads in his career. When he is assigned to supervise the testing of the "U.S.S. Recovery, " an experimental new rescue vessel, he begins to realize how tired he is of being trapped behind a desk, away from the action. Fully automated, the "Recovery" is a high-speed transport vessel capable of evacuating large populations without risking the lives of Starfleet personnel. But when its creator falls under alien influence, the "Recovery" becomes a pawn in a deadly game that could lead to interstellar war.

Trapped in the bowels of the ship is Admiral Kirk's old friend Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy, who is being hunted by a homicidal madman determined that no one on the ship will survive. Taking command of a starship, Admiral Kirk must find a way to save Dr. McCoy's life, and save the galaxy from deadly chaos.

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