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Star Trek: Stargazer by Michael Jan Friedman
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Jean-Luc Picard, captain of the Federation starship Stargazer suveyed the imposing dome-shaped room that opened before him.
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Jean-Luc Picard had lost his fencing partner.
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28-year-old Jean Luc Picard is named captain of the starship Stargazer, becoming the youngest captain in Starfleet history. He and his crew must apprehend a pirate and respond to a distress call from another ship.
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