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Peaceable Kingdoms is a novel from author Dayton Ward. It is the final novel in the Star Trek: The Fall miniseries which centers around the Federation and the Typhon Pact.

Publisher's descriptionEdit

The final original novel in the electrifying The Next Generation/Deep Space Nine crossover event!
Following the resolution of the fertility crisis that nearly caused their extinction, the Andorian people now stand ready to rejoin the United Federation of Planets. The return of one of its founding member worlds is viewed by many as the first hopeful step beyond the uncertainty and tragedy that have overshadowed recent events in the Alpha Quadrant. But as the Federation looks to the future and the special election to name President Bacco’s permanent successor, time is running out to apprehend those responsible for the respected leader’s brutal assassination. Even as elements of the Typhon Pact are implicated for the murder, Admiral William Riker holds key knowledge of the true assassins— a revelation that could threaten the fragile Federation-Cardassian alliance.
Questions and concerns also continue to swell around Bacco’s interim successor, Ishan Anjar, who uses the recent bloodshed to further a belligerent, hawkish political agenda against the Typhon Pact. With the election looming, Riker dispatches his closest friend, Captain Jean-Luc Picard, in a desperate attempt to uncover the truth. But as Picard and the Enterprise crew pursue the few remaining clues, Riker must act on growing suspicions that someone within Ishan’s inner circle has been in league with the assassins from the very beginning . . . .

SummaryEdit

The Enterprise is being given a series of routine assignments, monitoring a trade agreement between the Typhon Pact and the Ferengi and patrolling the Neutral Zone. Both Picard and Riker feel the ship is being kept out of the way. Using the pretext of going to Deep Space 9 to take over as chief medical officer, Crusher and two security guards head to the planet Jevalan to meet with Ilona Daret, a Cardassian doctor and old friends of hers who has uncovered evidence that Ishan is an imposter and the real Ishan died on the planet.

Crusher's team meet up with both Daret and Tom Riker, who has been sent by Will to help. They come under attack from another special ops team, Active Six, who have already captured and killed Daret's associate Raal Mosara, but manage to uncover the evidence Raal left behind: The real Ishan was executed at the camp, with the camp commandant switching his identity with Baras Rodirya, a Bajoran who provided information on the resistance activities to the Cardassians. Baras has been masquerading as Ishan ever since.

The Enterprise receives a distress call from an Andorian freighter trapped near a nebula and an away team has to spacewalk across. They find the ship has been rigged to explode and the Enterprise only just retrieves the away team, being damaged in the process. Despite this, they manage to capture the small Active Six ship that triggered the explosion. Examining its computers, they learn of the mission to Jevalan and head off in pursuit.

The Active Six team pursue Crusher's group to retrieve the evidence, injuring Daret and taking the others prisoner. The USS Tonawanda, sent to collect the prisoners by Baras, fires on the Enterprise until its first officer relieves the captain and orders the crew to hold fire. Crusher's group manage to overpower their captors, who are taken into custody by the Enterprise crew.

Baras is arrested for his many crimes in the Federation Council Chamber; in addition to the evidence of his behaviour during the Occupation, Velk proves willing to give evidence when Baras tries to have him killed and Garak announces the capture of Rakan Urkar, the True Way leader who conspired with Baras to assassinate Bacco. Picard requests and is granted a mission of exploration and zh'Tarash is elected the new president.

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CharactersEdit

Enterprise personnelEdit

Abigail BalidemajT'Ryssa ChenBeverly CrusherKirsten CruzenDataRavel DyganDina ElfikiTamala HarstadHaversMiranda KadohataRennan KonyaGeordi La ForgeJean-Luc PicardRene Jacques Robert Francois PicardAneta ŠmrhováTaurikWorf
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Jasminder ChoudhuryWesley CrusherTroppTasha Yar

Titan personnelEdit

Torvig Bu-Kar-NguvY'lira ModanWilliam T. RikerSecondGen White-BlueDeanna TroiTuvokChristine Vale

Active SixEdit

Miguel AguilarJacob BarrowsContera HilbisTobias PaquetteFredil Pars

Other Starfleet personnelEdit

Leonard James AkaarJulian BashirSonya GomezLatanumPhillipa LouvoisDeclan SchlosserSsuraS'hirethal Verauk
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Ezri DaxDavid GoldJames T. KirkSeth MaslanNogRo LarenDalit SaraiBenjamin SiskoSteven Unverzagt

OtherEdit

Baras RodiryaBilekCadekEric ConeZiy CradiixLeressi sh'DaranIlona DaretForalLoras GalirElim GarakJoshua HaydenHelva DrasIshan AnjarJan KincadeCetal LagrarSikra LyrosMyrosi GhaljGeorge NaderPavokRasanis th'PriilJoris RhaastThomas RikerRahadyan SastrowardoyoAnthony SherwoodSovekSyliri AlvoraHaruka TomashiroKellessar zh'TarashTeclasRakan UrkarGalif jav VelkDimitri VelonovViratVernon Wilmer
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Nanietta BaccoHailan CasmirGell KamemorTaro KatinQRaal MosaraRomSipakMarthrossi zh'ThiinOnar ThrokVitali (Chief)

LocationsEdit

AcheronAlpha QuadrantAndorBeta QuadrantCardassiaDoltiriDrazen NebulaEarthFerenginarJevalanLor'VelaOlanda labor campPalais de la ConcordeParisSan FranciscoStarfleet AcademyStarfleet HeadquartersStarbase 310Tabata labor camp
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Acamar IIIArcturusArvada IIIBajorBriar PatchCaldos IICeltris IIIDeep Space 9Deep Space 9 (II)Delta LeonisDelta QuadrantDenebFradon IIGamma QuadrantKondaiiLazon IILunaNew Zealand Penal SettlementNydak IIPencala labor campRura PentheRemusSaturnSyrinx IIITau Cygna VTerok NorTezwa

StarshipsEdit

CereshtaUSS da Vinci (Sabre-class) • USS Dordogne (Danube-class runabout) • USS Enterprise-E (Sovereign-class) • Justman (Shuttlecraft) • USS SanctuaryUSS Titan (Luna-class) • USS Tonawanda (Nebula-class)
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USS BastogneUSS Enterprise-DUSS CentaurUSS FarragutUSS Lionheart (Nova-class) • USS RobinsonUSS Rochambeau • USS SutherlandUSS Voyager (Intrepid-class) • USS Warspite (Sovereign-class) • unnamed Starfleet scout ship

Races and culturesEdit

AcamarianAndorianBajoranBetazoidBolianCapellanCardassianChelonChobikHumanKlingonRomulanSentryTellariteVulcan
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ArgelianBorgBreenDenobulanEfrosianFerengiHirogenJem'HadarShedaiSon'aTholianTzenkethi

States and organizationsEdit

Active SixCardassian UnionFederation CouncilFederation News ServiceFederation Security AgencyFerengi AllianceKhitomer AccordsKlingon EmpireMaquisParliament AndoriaProgressive CaucusRomulan Star EmpireStarfleetStarfleet CommandStarfleet IntelligenceStarfleet Medical CorpsTholian AssemblyTreishyaTrue Heirs of AndorTrue WayTyphon PactTzenkethi CoalitionUnited Federation of PlanetsVisionist Party

Science and technologyEdit

anti-grav liftercomputerdisruptor rifleforce fieldforce field generatorholodeckhyposprayisolinear chipisolytic subspace weaponoptolythic data rodpaddphaserphaser riflestarshipviewscreenwarp core

Ranks and titlesEdit

admiralAttorney General of the United Federation of PlanetscaptainCastellan of the Cardassian Unionchief medical officercommanderdoctorgarreshgilglinngorrGrand Nagusgullieutenantlieutenant colonellieutenant commanderPraetor of the Romulan Star EmpirePresident of the United Federation of PlanetsPresident Pro-Tempore of the United Federation of Planets

Other referencesEdit

Borg Invasion of 2381centurycoffeeDominion Warearl grayerinadiummeta-genomeobservation loungeOccupation of BajorOperation VanguardOrkett's diseasethermocrete

AppendicesEdit

BackgroundEdit

Related storiesEdit

Star Trek: The Fall
Revelation and DustThe Crimson ShadowA Ceremony of LossesThe Poisoned ChalicePeaceable Kingdoms
Star Trek: The Next Generation novels set after Star Trek Nemesis
Death in WinterResistanceQ & ABefore DishonorGreater Than the SumDestiny (Gods of NightMere MortalsLost Souls) • Losing the PeacePaths of DisharmonyIndistinguishable from MagicThe Struggle Within‎The Persistence of MemorySilent WeaponsThe Body ElectricThe Stuff of DreamsThe Crimson ShadowPeaceable KingdomsThe Light FantasticTakedownArmageddon's Arrow

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Production historyEdit

Published Order
Previous novel:
The Poisoned Chalice
Star Trek: The Fall Next novel:
last in series
Previous story:
From History's Shadow
Stories by:
Dayton Ward
Next story:
Point of Divergence

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