Tag Archives: Greg Cox

Captain to Captain

Captain to Captain© 2016 Greg Cox368 pages Captain Kirk is surprised to be hailed by the formidable former first officer of the Enterprise, a woman so accomplished she still retains the nickname “Number One”, enroute to a little shore leave. … Continue reading

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Loose Ends

Roswell: Loose Ends© 2001 Greg Cox288 pages The last person Liz expected to bump into in the depths of Carlsbad Caverns was the man who nearly killed her — would have killed her, had her lab-buddy/secret admirer not been nearby … Continue reading

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Devil in the Sky

ST DS9: Devil in the Sky© 1995 Greg Cox and John Gregory Betancourt280 pages In the classic TOS episode, “Devil in the Dark”,  Kirk and the Enterprise were dispatched to a mining colony to discover and put an end to … Continue reading

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To Reign in Hell (Rise and Fall of KHAAAAAAAAAAN #3)

To Reign in Hell: the Exile of Khan Noonien Singh©  2006 Greg Cox384 pages “No! This is not the end!  Khan Noonien Singh will never surrender, not to this accursed planet and not to the treacherous vagaries of fate. Hear … Continue reading

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The Rise and Fall of KHAAAAAAAN! Volume II

The Eugenics Wars: the Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume II© Greg Cox 2001434 pages  Having seized power in India and cultivated a network of spies and yes-men who will do his bidding throughout Asia, genetically engineered and … Continue reading

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Rise and Fall of KHAAAAAAAAAN! Volume I

Star Trek Eugenic Wars: the Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume I© 2001 Greg Cox520 pages Ah, how well I remember the 1990s — neon colored plastic pants, frizzy hair, and that gang of genetically engineered supermen starting … Continue reading

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No Time Like the Past

No Time Like the Past© 2014 Greg Cox 400 pages Question: why is the heroic, resolute-looking face of James T. Kirk carved Rushmore-like into a mountainside in the middle of the Delta Quadrant?  In search of an answer, Seven of … Continue reading

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