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Series: Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers, No. 63
Author(s): Richard C. White
Publication information
Published: eBook - April 2006
ISBN: ISBN 1416520473
For similarly named articles, see Echoes.

Contents

Summary

From the back cover: 2375: Before he joined the crew of the U.S.S. da Vinci as their linguist, Dr. Bartholomew Faulwell served as a Starfleet cryptographer during the Dominion War. Of the many missions he performed, however, there is one he cannot discuss that still haunts his memory....

Once he was assigned with a team of specialists to a secret starbase near Dominion-controlled territory to listen in on enemy communications. At first the assignment is routine, but soon they discover vital intelligence that may change the face of the war!

Characters

Bart Faulwell | Jamie Cruz | Sabran | Priya Chantrea | Hazlitt | Mwakwere | Zarinth | Martina Nemeckova

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Information

  • This eBook is the third of six in the SCE: What's Past miniseries, celebrating the fortieth anniversary of Star Trek.

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published order
Previous eBook:
The Future Begins
SCE eBooks Next eBook:
Distant Early Warning
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
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Memory Beta Chronology Next Adventure:
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Previous Adventure:
Repression
Pocket Next Adventure:
Redux
The above chronology placements are based on the primary placement in 2377.
The Pocket Books Timeline places events from this story in one other timeframe:
Previous Adventure:
Counterpoint
2375
Chapters 2-10
Next Adventure:
Field of Fire

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