Have Tech, Will Travel


Star Trek: S.C.E. Book One

High-tech adventure with the Starfleet Corps of Engineers!

Need a gigantic, marauding starship explored? Is your global computer system starting to break down? Call in the crack team from the Starfleet Corps of Engineers. Overseen by Captain Montgomery Scott from his office at Starfleet Headquarters, the S.C.E. can build, rebuild, program, reprogram, assemble, reassemble, or just figure out everything from alien replicators to doomsday machines. Just don’t expect them to perform miracles–unless they absolutely have to.

Captain David Gold, his first officer Commander Sonya Gomez, and the crew of the U.S.S. da Vinci put their lives on the line to save a colony world threatened by a deadly alien and rescue a ship trapped in the ravages of interphase.

Join Starfleet’s miracle workers for a wrenching journey through the new frontier!

In October of 2000, Pocket Books published the first in a series of Star Trek adventures exclusively in electronic form: Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers. An experiment to study the potential interest in Star Trek stories in “e-Book” form, a trilogy of novellas was produced and made available for sale. Customer response was such that more stories were commissioned, eventually resulting in a regular series of Star Trek: S.C.E. e-Books published in a variety of electronic formats, running monthly until November 2007.

In January 2002, the first four Star Trek: S.C.E. adventures were collected into a mass market paperback collection, which collects the following stories:

#1, The Belly of the Beast – by Dean Wesley Smith
#2, Fatal Error – by Keith R.A. DeCandido
#3, Hard Crash – by Christie Golden
#4, Interphase – Book 1 – by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore

Mass Market Paperback from Amazon.com
Amazon Kindle e-Book

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