"Space...the final frontier..." So begins the introduction to one of the most popular science fiction series of all times, Star Trek. The series spawned several television and movie spin-offs and many books. This is a comprehensive list, compiled by Reader Advisor Cheryl Hassler, of the titles associated with Star Trek available through the Wolfner Library collection.
Star Trek 5 adapted by James Blish.
The Enterprise blazes new star trails to danger as the crew encounters an asylum planet where the mad rule.
Star Trek 8 by James Blish.
Starship Enterprise and her crew journey to a wasteland where beautiful women rule. Includes six adventures.
Probe by Margaret Wander Bonanno.
RC 35859, BR 9072.
The Romulan Praetor has died and the Federation has joined together for talks that they hope will at last bring peace to the galaxy. But news that the Probe has entered Romulan space sends Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, and the crew of the Enterprise on a dangerous mission and a confrontation with the menace. Some strong language.
Strangers from the Sky by Margaret Wander Bonanno.
After reading an account of the historic first contact between humans and Vulcans, Admiral James T. Kirk is tormented by dreams of an alternate reality, a reality in which he changes the course of human history and destroys his friendship with Spock before it ever begins.
Final Frontier by Diane Carey.
Twenty-five years before Captain James Kirk serves aboard the Enterprise, his father, Commander George Samuel Kirk, faces his greatest challenge as the galaxy stands poised on the brink of one final, catastrophic war.
The Great Starship Race by Diane Carey.
RC 37623, BR 9424.
A newly discovered alien people is eager to join the Federation of planets, and they sponsor a starship race to promote their membership. The Enterprise, under the command of Captain Kirk, is sent to compete. But the good natured contest turns ominous when a Romulan warship shows up and enters the race with an unknown motive.
The Pandora Principle by Carolyn Clowes.
RC 31973, BR 8251.
A group of children on the abandoned planet of Hellguard are half Vulcans. Spock has been assigned the task of bringing these totally uncivilized children back into Federation territory. But when the deadly force of these children is unleashed in the Federation, the Federation's only hope for survival lies in the memory of Spock's protege, Saavik. Some strong language.
Sarek by A.C. Crispin.
RC 39107, BR 9662.
Ambassador Sarek of Vulcan learns of a treacherous plot to destroy the Federation of Planets, and he must bring all his logic and diplomatic skill to bear to unmask and foil the villains. But his efforts are complicated by the impending death of his beloved wife, Amanda, and the arrival of his estranged son, Spock, first officer of the starship Enterprise.
Yesterday's Son by A.C. Crispin.
First Officer Spock of the Enterprise discovers that he has a son living on the primitive planet Sarpedion. He sets out with Captain Kirk and Dr. McCoy on a rescue mission, but matters are dangerously complicated by an unexpected Romulan attack.
The Disinherited by Peter David.
RC 34044, BR 9086.
Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise have been sent to investigate the attack by an alien fleet on the colony of Gamma Xaridian. Seeing the destruction, Captain Kirk realizes that the Federation is in trouble, but he does not know how serious the situation is until Spock makes a discovery of his own. Some strong language.
The Rift by Peter David.
RC 34029, BR 9096.
Three times a century a rift in space connects the Federation with enigmatic aliens called Calligar. A Federation delegation led through the rift by Mr. Spock is captured, leaving Captain Kirk to discover the evil mystery of the Calligar and to rescue his friends before the rift closes for another 33 years.
Chain of Attack by Gene DeWeese.
While on a mapping expedition, the starship Enterprise is hurled into a distant galaxy of lifeless worlds, and the middle of an endless interstellar war. The starship finds itself under attack by both warring factions. Captain Kirk must risk everything to stop the war.
The Final Nexus by Gene DeWeese.
Centuries ago an unknown race from beyond our galaxy created a series of interstellar gates in the universe, but left no clue as to how they worked. These gates are now breaking down and it is up to Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise to solve the mystery of how they operate.
The Lost Years by J.M. Dillard.
RC 30643, BR 8056.
Bridges the time between the end of the Enterprise 's five year mission and Star Trek: The Motion Picture (DV 110). Mr. Spock, Dr. McCoy, and Captain Kirk are establishing new lives apart from the crew and the starship. Spock is teaching on Vulcan, McCoy is in the middle of something that could start a galactic war, and Kirk is an admiral commanding a special Starfleet division. Some strong language.
Star Trek Generations by J.M. Dillard.
RC 40623, BR 9953.
On the maiden voyage of the new Enterprise 1701-B, Captain Kirk is trapped in a timeless nexus when an energy ribbon hits the ship. Seventy-eight years later, Captain Picard of the Enterprise 1701-D is also propelled into the nexus while pursuing an evil scientist. Inside the nexus, Kirk and Picard meet and join forces to stop the scientist from killing millions of people. A novel based on the motion picture.
Star Trek V, the Final Frontier by J.M. Dillard.
Based on the motion picture, this adventure finds Captain Kirk and crew attempting a dangerous rescue of the planet Nimbus III, the site of hoped for cooperation among the galaxy's major powers. Available as a descriptive video, DV 111.
Doctor's Orders by Diane Duane.
RC 32608, BR 8426.
Dr. McCoy is given command of the Enterprise while Captain Kirk beams down to the tiny planet "Flyspeck" on a diplomatic mission. The doctor is enjoying his authority until Kirk disappears. When an alien fleet arrives, things turn dangerous as a battle begins in earnest.
Star Trek, Spock's World by Diane Duane.
The ruling council of the planet Vulcan calls an emergency meeting to try to preserve the planet. Spock, torn between his duty to Starfleet and his obligation to Vulcan, must find a way to reconcile his inner conflict and resolve the crisis that his planet faces.
The Romulan Way by Diane Duane and Peter Morwood.
Federation agent Terise LoBrutto has hidden in the midst of the Romulan empire for eight years when she is suddenly faced with a decision. Shall she maintain her cover or risk exposure to save the life of Starfleet Officer Leonard McCoy, who has been captured by the Romulans?
Timetrap by David Dvorkin.
The Enterprise picks up an urgent distress signal from a Klingon ship, the Mauler, but when they offer help, the Mauler refuses. Just as Kirk beams himself aboard the ship to find out what is going on, the ship vanishes from the Enterprise 's screen and Kirk materializes one hundred years in the future.
A Flag Full of Stars by Brad Ferguson.
RC 33015, BR 8526.
Eighteen months after the starship Enterprise completes her historic five year mission, Admiral James T. Kirk finds himself assigned to the relatively calm post of chief of Starfleet Operations. His new, quiet life changes drastically when he and former crewmate Kevin Riley meet a Klingon scientist whose invention could mean either peace or devastation for the entire Federation.
Fearful Summons by Denny Martin Flinn.
The Thraxians, a little known race on the galactic frontier, kidnap the crew of the Federation starship Excelsior and demand powerful weapons in exchange for the release of the hostages. Captain Kirk and the former officers of the starship Enterprisereunite to undertake a rescue mission.
Vulcan's Glory by D.C. Fontana.
Spock undertakes his first mission aboard the Enterprise and is soon confronted by conflict on every side. He strives to meet the ship's standards while being torn between his Vulcan and his human loyalties.
Double, Double by Michael Jan Friedman.
The captain of the starship Hood responds to a distress signal from a long lost scientific expedition that has fashioned an android of James T. Kirk, captain of the Enterprise. At the same time, Kirk's crew meets his double and is plunged into chaos as the android takes control of their ship.
Legacy by Michael Jan Friedman.
RC 33047, BR 8656.
Kirk and a landing party are trapped underground on the planet Alpha Octavius Four. Scotty has taken command of the Enterprisebecause Spock has been poisoned by a colossal alien beast. But before Kirk can be rescued, Scotty is forced to head for the Beta Cabrini system where Dreen, an old foe of Spock's, has the colony under attack. Can Spock recover in time to defeat Dreen and then free Kirk?
Shadows on the Sun by Michael Jan Friedman.
RC 37988, BR 9497.
The crew of the Enterprise is on the way back to Earth and retirement. Plans change when they are asked to go on one last mission. Civil war brews on the planet Ssan, where a group of assassins seeks power. McCoy has had some experience in dealing with the cult, and it is hoped he can help. But he does not count on his ex-wife, the only woman he ever loved, being among the mediators. Strong language and some violence.
The Starship Trap by Mel Gilden.
RC 38336, BR 9523.
Spaceships from nearly every known race of the galaxy are disappearing. Klingon warships, Romulan Birds of Prey, and even Federation starships have vanished without a clue. All the races are distrustful of each other and ready to blame their traditional enemies for the disappearances. Captain Kirk of the Enterprise must solve the mystery of the missing ships or watch as the galaxy disintegrates in a deadly war.
Ice Trap by L.A. Graf.
RC 37978, BR 9519.
While searching for a missing team of scientists, Captain Kirk and the senior officers of the Enterprise become trapped on the icy world of Nordstral. Unable to communicate with the Enterprise and at the mercy of earthquakes and magnetic storms, Kirk and his companions know they must unlock the secret of this mysterious world of ice or face certain death.
Ghost-Walker by Barbara Hambly.
RC 33924, BR 8728.
Elcidar Beta Three is home to the Midgwins, a peaceful group of people who have lived for years off the natural resources of their planet. Now, however, they face extinction unless they learn to farm their land. Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise have come to teach them how. But outside forces are working to keep Kirk and his men from completing their mission. Some strong language.
Uhura's Song by Janet Kagan.
Captain Kirk's starship Enterprise is orbiting the planet Eeiauo, which is in the grips of a deadly plague communicable to humans as well as to the cat-like Eeiauoans themselves. Secret songs memorized years before by Lieutenant Uhura may be the only hope for the inhabitants of the planet and for the Enterprise itself.
The Cry of the Onlies by Judy Klass.
RC 31972, BR 8303.
Boaco Six is a Class M planet with whom the Federation had a good relationship until the Council of Youngers seized power and severed all ties with the Federation. Captain Kirk is attempting to reestablish those good relations when a Boacan ship is attacked by a pirated Starfleet vessel. Suddenly Kirk is forced to call on the aid of the galaxy's most reclusive genius, but in doing so, he must face a long buried secret.
The Idic Epidemic by Jean Lorrah.
The Science Colony Nisus philosophy of I.D.I.C., or Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combination, is threatened by a deadly plague. The epidemic is so powerful that it could mean the start of an interstellar war.
The Vulcan Academy Murders by Jean Lorrah.
RC 30873, BR 8131.
Enterprise crew member Carl Remington has been seriously injured during a battle. His nerve fibers are dissolving, and he will soon die. His only hope is to participate in an experimental treatment program at the Vulcan Academy Hospital, where Spock's mother has been receiving treatment for the same disorder. But suddenly patients begin dying, and Kirk suspects murder. Some strong language.
Enterprise: The First Adventure by Vonda N. McIntyre.
James T. Kirk, the youngest man ever to captain a starship in the history of the Federation, takes command of Enterprise. Kirk and his crew confront unexpected challenges on their first mission together.
Enemy Unseen by V.E. Mitchell.
RC 32023, BR 8460.
Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise are ordered to shuttle a diplomatic party across the galaxy. It is bad enough with First Officer Spock away on leave, but things really become impossible when Kirk finds himself fending off the amorous advances of the ambassadors' wives. Worse yet, a diplomat is murdered and one of Kirk's own crewmen is the prime suspect.
Windows on a Lost World by V.E. Mitchell.
RC 38373, BR 9580.
While on an archaeological survey of an uninhabited planet, Captain Kirk and the crew of the starship Enterprise discover an odd artifact that looks like a window into another world. When Kirk steps through the window, he finds himself trapped in the body of a strange, crab-like alien, and even the astute Mr. Spock is at a loss to understand what happened to his friend and how to rescue him.
Rules of Engagement by Peter Morwood.
RC 31974, BR 8301.
A revolution is taking place on planet Dekkanar, and Captain Kirk has orders to rescue Federation personnel stationed there. Also headed to Dekkanar is an experimental warship with weapons of phenomenal capabilities, and a captain with plans of restoring glory and honor to his empire. Kirk's orders, however, restrain him from using, or even displaying, any weapons on his rescue mission.
The Three-Minute Universe by Barbara Paul.
The Sackers, whose appearance has the ability to cause most members of the Federation to become violently ill, have created a rip in the universe. Through this hole another universe is rapidly leaking, and Captain Kirk must find a way to stop the new universe from destroying the old.
Federation by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens.
Captain Kirk and the Enterprise 1701-B are sent to rescue a famous scientist whose safety is vital to the existence of the Federation. Ninety-nine years in the future, Captain Picard of the Enterprise 1701-D faces a similar rescue mission. The two vessels draw together in a place where past and future have merged, and Kirk and Picard meet in a desperate bid to save the galaxy.
Memory Prime by Garfield and Judith Reeves-Stevens.
Memory Prime is the central core of a computer network of research planetoids. The dataflow into Memory Prime is controlled by the Pathfinders, the only artificial intelligences who can legally serve the Federation. But an assassin is stalking the Federation, and other deadly secrets lurk on Memory Prime.
Star Trek--Prime Directive by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens.
A Prime Directive prohibits any contact with "primitive" worlds. But Kirk and his crew attempted to help Talin IV, a planet threatened with nuclear war and incapable of space flight. The mission failed, and because they violated the Directive they are in disgrace. Kirk is an outcast, Spock is a lowly ensign, Uhura is in prison, and McCoy has resigned. Is this the end of the Enterprisecrew?
Ashes of Eden by William Shatner, with Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens.
At age 62, Captain Kirk retires from Starfleet and faces a life devoid of challenge and adventure. But things change when a mysterious young woman enlists his aid to save her homeworld. Kirk travels to a world that rejuvenates him, but his actions threaten to disrupt the fragile peace between the Federation and the Klingon empire.
Mutiny on the Enterprise by Robert E. Vardeman.
Dispatched on a diplomatic mission to prevent war, the starship Enterprise encounters one crisis after another bringing the normally loyal crew to the point of mutiny. All of Captain Kirk's ingenuity and determination are required to regain control of the ship and avert disaster.
Sanctuary by John Vornholt.
RC 35877, BR 9138.
The starship Enterprise tracks a space pirate to an unknown planet. The planet appears to be the fabled world of Sanctuary, where anyone can find refuge from pursuit or persecution. Not to be dissuaded by the legend, Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, and Dr. McCoy trail their quarry to the planet's surface. There they find not a refuge but a deadly prison from which no visitor can ever escape.
Deep Domain by Howard Weinstein.
A routine diplomatic visit to the undersea world of Akkalla turns into a nightmarish search for Spock and Chekov. The search uncovers ancient secrets that could mean civil war for the people of Akkalla, and death to the crew of the Enterprise.
The Devil's Heart by Carmen Carter.
RC 41008, BR 10428.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the Enterprise investigate the suspicious deaths of a team of Vulcan archaeologists on a barren planet. As a result, Picard finds the Devil's Heart, a legendary artifact that imparts unimaginable power to its possessor. It is an object for which many are willing to kill, and even a man of Picard's character may not be able to resist its seductive powers.
Doomsday World by Carmen Carter.
RC 31983, BR 8302.
The planet Kirlos is home to many races who enjoy a peaceful coexistence and profitable trade and holds a wealth of archaeological treasures, which the crew of the Enterprise has been dispatched to help uncover. But the three crew members who are sent to work on Kirlos suddenly find themselves prime suspects in a terrorist attack.
Imzadi by Peter David.
RC 35626, BR 9119.
"Imzadi" is a term used on the planet Betazed to describe a longstanding bond of friendship between people. Commander Riker of the Enterprise and crewmember Deanna Troi now consider themselves Imzadi. When Deanna dies of a mysterious illness, Riker finds himself having to choose between strict Starfleet rules and Imzadi. Strong language and some descriptions of sex.
Q-in-Law by Peter David.
RC 33915, BR 8665.
Kerin of the house of Nistral and Sehra of the house of Graziunas are to be joined in a marriage that will unite two powerful rival families of the Tizarin race. Captain Picard of the Enterprise is to perform the ceremony. But then Lwaxana Troi arrives, followed by the powerful Q who comes to question the concept of love. The festivities are suddenly in turmoil.
Q-Squared by Peter David.
RC 39441, BR 9867.
Trelane, the pesky, omnipotent being who first appeared as the Squire of Gothos to Captain Kirk of the original Enterprise, is back to plague Captain Picard and his crew. This time Trelane threatens all of creation by tampering with three different timelines, and even the omnipotent Q is unable to stop him. Some strong language.
Into the Nebula by Gene DeWeese.
While exploring a nebular dust cloud, Captain Picard and the crew of the Enterprise discover a planet on which life and civilization are dying for no obvious reason. With their lives hanging in the balance, the crew investigates.
Dark Mirror by Diane Duane.
RC 38892, BR 9730.
When the Enterprise is drawn into a parallel universe, Captain Picard and his colleagues come face to face with an alternateEnterprise manned by persons identical to themselves. This universe is a place where humanity has gone awry, with rule by terror and brutality. And the evil counterparts of Picard and his crew are bent on capturing the Enterprise for sinister purposes.
The Captains' Honor by David and Daniel Dvorkin.
RC 31968, BR 8235.
The planet Tenara has been devastated by attacks from the M'Dok Empire and the starships Enterprise and Centurion are offering aid. But one wants to use peaceful methods and the other wants war.
Reunion by Michael Jan Friedman.
RC 33941, BR 8757.
Enterprise commander Picard, a past captain of the Stargazer, has been asked to escort his former ensign, Morgen, to Morgen's homeworld of Daa'V. Picard is looking forward to a pleasant reunion with Morgen and other former crew members. Suddenly an accident caused by an assassin propels the Enterprise into Romulan space. The assassin must be found before peace is destroyed within the galaxy.
Boogeymen by Mel Gilden.
RC 33030, BR 8643.
Eric Baldwin, an exologist who specializes in alien life forms, has just returned to the Enterprise from a fact finding mission. Wesley Crusher, aspiring to be a commander, wants to create an intelligent but pitiless alien that will test his ability to command. Suddenly the Enterprise is overrun with a strange race of aliens. Who is responsible?
Chains of Command by W.A. McCay and E.L. Flood.
RC 35624, BR 9101.
In a remote area of space the starship Enterprise discovers a lost colony of humans that has been enslaved by an alien bird-like race called the Tseetsk. The humans are in revolt against their overseers and expect the help of the Enterprise, but Captain Picard and his crew find the situation very complicated.
Imbalance by V.E. Mitchell.
RC 35625, BR 9090.
The Federation has been contacted by the Jarada, a secretive, insect-like race, regarding the establishment of diplomatic relations. They specifically ask that Captain Picard of the Enterprise act as chief negotiator. The negotiating crew is shown every courtesy and negotiations proceed without difficulty until the crew is cut off from their ship and the ship is attacked.
Here There Be Dragons by John Peel.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the starship Enterprise discover a world of knights, serfs, and dragons reminiscent of Earth's Middle Ages. The technology driving this new world is by no means primitive, however, and before long the Enterprise is under attack from an unknown but highly sophisticated weapons system.
Unification by Jeri Taylor.
RC 35623, BR 9117.
Ambassador Spock makes an unauthorized journey to the center of the Romulan Empire. Federation leaders suspect defection. Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the Enterprise are sent on a dangerous, secret mission to Romulus, the homeworld of the Romulans, to find Spock and discover his intentions.
Debtors' Planet by W.R. Thompson.
RC 39420, BR 9714.
When the unscrupulous Ferengi contract to bring advanced technology to a primitive world, it can only mean trouble. Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the starship Enterprise are sent to investigate. Aboard the Enterprise is a twentieth century businessman retrieved from cryonic suspension, who may be able to apply his own ruthless talents to thwart the plans of the Ferengi.
War Drums by John Vornholt.
RC 44058, BR 11072.
On the colony world of Selva, a small band of Klingons have reverted to a savage state and are attacking the human settlement. Lieutenant Worf of the starship Enterprise leads a landing party to contact the Klingons. A war between the Klingons and the human colonists appears to be inevitable. In addition, Worf learns that a more deadly force is at work on the planet.
Perchance to Dream by Howard Weinstein.
RC 34025, BR 8852.
Captain Picard and the crew of the starship Enterprise encounter an alien race called the Tenirans who vie with the humans over possession of a newly discovered world. When an Enterprise shuttlecraft disappears, Picard is ready to blame the Tenirans. But when Picard himself suddenly vanishes from the Enterprise bridge, it becomes apparent that a much more powerful alien force is at work.
Station Rage by Diane Carey.
When a hidden tomb of Cardassian soldiers is discovered aboard Deep Space Nine, Captain Sisko's prime concern is the likelihood of diplomatic repercussions with the Cardassian empire. But bigger problems are in store for Deep Space Nine when it turns out the tomb is much older than expected and that the soldiers are not dead but in suspended animation.
Devil in the Sky by Greg Cox and John Gregory Betancourt.
The life forms of Janus VI, called the Hortas, have the ability to burn through solid rock and metal as easily as humans walk through air. Commander Sisko of Deep Space Nine gets involved when a mother Horta is abducted by Cardassians while being transported to Bajor to help with the mining industry.
The Siege by Peter David.
A murderer is loose aboard Deep Space Nine, and Commander Sisko and Security Chief Odo are unable to identify him or deduce his motive. It becomes apparent that they are dealing with a psychopathic shapeshifter who, like Security Chief Odo, can assume the shape of any object, inanimate or living, to escape detection.
Fallen Heroes by Dafydd ab Hugh.
Quark, the Ferengi barkeep of Deep Space Nine, acquires a strange artifact in one of his nefarious business deals. Security Chief Odo, always hoping to catch the Ferengi in some illegal act, demands to be present when the artifact is opened. The object propels Quark and Odo three days into the future, where they find the aftermath of a brutal attack against Deep Space Nine by unknown aliens. Violence.
Bloodletter by K.W. Jeter.
In order to counter Cardassian expansion, Major Kira is given the task of establishing a Federation substation on the other side of the wormhole. Her mission is jeopardized when a Bajoran terrorist who has sworn to kill Kira manages to shut down the wormhole, trapping her alone on the other side of the galaxy.
Objective: Bajor by John Peel.
The Hive, a huge starship housing billions of insect-like aliens, is heading for the planet Bajor for fuel and raw material. Within a week, the Bajorans will face annihilation unless Captain Sisko and the crew of Deep Space Nine find a way to stop the powerful invaders.
The Big Game by Sandy Schofield.
Quark, the resident barkeep and shady businessman of Deep Space Nine, sponsors a high stakes poker game that attracts gamblers from all over the galaxy. The game is interrupted by murder and by mysterious subspace waves that threaten to rip Deep Space Nine apart. Security Chief Odo and Commander Sisko rush to find the murderer and save the station from destruction.
Proud Helios by Melissa Scott.
When a mysterious, cloaked ship begins attacking Gamma Quadrant shipping, Commander Sisko of Deep Space Nine is glad to have the assistance of the Cardassians in tracking down the pirates. But the Cardassians are obsessed with destroying the rogue ship at any cost, even if the effort jeopardizes the crew of Deep Space Nine.
Antimatter by John Vornholt.
Commander Benjamin Sisko and Major Kira Nerys are overlooking the construction site of the starship Hannibal when an explosion rocks the area. Apparently the tanker Phoenix, loaded with antimatter that will power the new ship, has been hijacked. With the economy of Bajor at stake, Sisko and his aides must infiltrate the group of hijackers to reclaim the antimatter.