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Captain Kirk first encountered Gary Seven on twentieth-century Earth. Now Seven, a time-traveling operative for unknown alien forces, makes a surprise visit to the U.S.S. Enterprise. Kirk is on an urgent mission to bering relief to a disaster ravaged planet, but Seven has an agenda of his own -- and he's not above hijacking the Starship Enterprise and sending it on a perilous journey deep into the heart of the Romulan Empire.

Kirk must dare to trust Gary Seven once again, as he confronts the possibility that the enigmatic stranger may bring death and destruction to Kirk's own era.

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ISBN-10:  0671001175 (pbk.)
ISBN-13:  9780671001179 (pbk.)
Author:  Greg Cox
Genre:  Science Fiction, Star Trek
Publisher:  Star Trek
Date Published:  January 1998
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review by . May 16, 2009
Gary Seven was the one spin-off that for whatever reason never took place.(remember Spock mentioning that Gary was in for many exciting adventures ahead per history). He was an interesting combination of Napoleon Solo/James Bond. He is brought back brilliantly in this novel which marvelously captures the feel of the original series. I hope the author tries his hand at more Mr. Seven stories! For whatever reason, Kirk doesn't seem to trust Gary Seven. I found this surprising since Kirk already knew …
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